It is a former collegiate church that was built over a mosque in the sixteenth century in the late Gothic style and later modified on more than one occasion. It is located in the highest part of the village, behind the ruins of the Arabic castle, of which part of four towers and some sections of the wall remain. The church is divided into three naves separated by semicircular arches that rest on quadrangular pillars.
- Located in an urban area
- Inland area
How to get here
The more advisable of the two access routes to Casarabonela from the Costa del Sol is by the A-357 from the city of Málaga to Ardales. In that village take the MA-446, and after travelling about 12 kilometres turn onto the MA-445, which leads to Casarabonela. The other route leaves the A-7 (N-340) expressway on the section between the airport and Torremolinos. the A-366, in the direction of Coín, will take you to Alozaina, and there you must take the A-6208 on to Casarabonela.
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