The town of Frigiliana

Frigiliana is a town with clear Mudejar character, the architecture of which reveals its Arab origins.

It is the town preserving the most significant popular architecture of this origin in the province. Unsurprisingly it is the most awarded town in the Region of Axarquía.

In 1982 it achieved its highest recognition when it was awarded the I National Award for Beautification and Improvement of Spanish Towns.

Based on the last census, its population is 2237 inhabitants and the town covers an area of 39 km2.

Of the places of interest which are worth a visit in the town the main ones are the Fuente Vieja (old fountain), San Antonio church, the Real Expósito (ancient silo), Santo Cristo de la Caña chapel and the Renaissance Palace of the Counts of Frigiliana.

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