Church of the Convent of Nuestra Señora de las Flores
This church has a single nave, consisting of a Baroque-style alcove with impressive plasterwork on the main altar where we can find an image of Nuestra Señora de las Flores (Notre Dame des Fleurs). The sons of Encinasola, a companion of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella during the Reconquista brought the image there. The picture dates back to the 17th century. It’s the co-patron for Álora along with Our Lady of Cabeza.
From here you can enjoy magnificent views of the Sierra de Abdalajís; El Virote, El Chopo and El Torcal, along with El Monte Ancho, Sierra de Aguas and the Sanctuary.
- Located outside an urban area
- Inland area
How to get here
Starting from the Teatro Cervantes and the Monument to the Malagueña follow forward by c / Carmona and after passing a traffic light, take the 2 nd left into Calle Veracruz, leaving the church of the same name to the right, you come to The Park Avenue Cancula Cervantes that leads up to the rotunda of the arc or Hobby Source, thence Avda Virgen de Flores takes up, you pass Fuente de la Higuera y leaving right when the road fails to make a raise, take the first right from where you will see the shrine at about 100 m.
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