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Alcazaba de Antequera

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Malaga, Antequera, Spain
+34 951 70 07 37
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Reviewed 5 days ago

This has a lovely setting with great views over the town and surrounding countryside. The walls are lovely to walk around and, while there are no architectural supersites, it is crowd free, peaceful and a delight.

Thank LeatherheadTraveller
Reviewed 1 week ago

You can almost see the whole city of Anequera from the Alcaza. Best time to visit is in the late afternoon when the whole city is bath in comfortable sunlight. In fact, the city itself is very nice. Easy to walk to every attractions. We...More

Thank epwchan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A good way to start your journey to Antequera. Some fitness to get there and dozens of stairs to climb ;) Worth the visit.

Thank Avtosport.ru
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The visit to the Antequera Alcazaba was a nice one. The entrance to the fort is not free, but it is rather cheap and it also comes with an audio guide (the way in which the audio description marks the rhythm of the visit creates...More

Thank Alexeibat
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

it's a good walk and an interesting place to learn the defeat of the mores, early 15th century Spain at it's best

Thank Talachas
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Stopped off briefly on the 'buggy' tour to take photos. Can see over the whole town - amazing views. Worth staying longer to have a good look round

Thank janet w
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

We loved being in Antequera for most of a day but here is the highlight. First tip is that entry was free after 14.00 not that it is very costly anyway! We love the period of Spanish history where Jew, Arab and Christian lived happily...More

1  Thank linskitours
Reviewed 24 May 2017

I stayed in Antequera for one night, but this town is so cute. While I didn't get to visit inside of the Alcazaba, my friend and I walked to the top as we'd been following directions for a restaurant nearby. Turns out the restaurant was...More

2  Thank txl211
Reviewed 24 May 2017

Great views and the audio guides were excellent; so interesting. Lots of steps to climb, but well worth it. Lovely little café in the square outside where we had a refreshing cool drink.

1  Thank susanbramford
Reviewed 22 May 2017

The Alcazaba is a way to get a great view of the town as it is perched on the the highest part of the town. Admittance is 6 Euros p.p, or free on Tuesdays between 14.00 and 17.00 An audio guide is 3 Euros and...More

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Is the path and steps from Plaza de San Sebastian the only way to get there is or is there a shorter, more accessible way?
27 March 2017|
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Response from Jo W | Reviewed this property |
There were cars parked outside so it must be possible to avoid the steps used.