It was built in the mid-sixteenth century and later restored. In its interior you may view the sixteenth century Chapel of Jesus, which preserves a number of Mudéjar features, and the Chapel of the Virgin, which has an interesting vault of Baroque gypsum artwork. On the exterior can be seen the coat of arms of Bishop-Friar Alonso de Santo Tomás and the three-level tower with its square base.
- Located in an urban area
- Inland area
How to get here
From the city of Málaga take the A-357 to Cártama and at that village take the A-355 to Coín. Connect thee with the A-366 in the direction of Alhaurín el Grande. After going 2.5 kilometres in that direction again take the A-355, which leads to Monda. The reason for getting off the A-355 onto the A-366 and then back on the A-355 is that there is a section under construction, and when it is finished it will not be necessary to use the A-366. If you are coming from Marbella you must likewise take the A-355, which in this case will lead directly to Monda.
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