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Lovely place. Well worth a visit. Good food. Nice to walk the streets and do a little shopping. Take the little red train tour, (which is actually more like a bus). Quaint, authentic Spanish town hugging the mountainside with romantic, white washed houses and narrow...More
My review isn’t of the fountain but of the village itself.
On a wet Saturday we caught the bus from Nerja to Frigiliana (the bus is 1 Euro and can be caught just down from the bus station (it isn’t an Alsa bus)).
We went for a look while visiting in Frigiliana.
Nothing special. Wouldn't go out my way to see it.
Village itself is very nice, if a bit over geared to tourists. Still traditional, but every other shop claims to sell artisan this or that.
Stunning village just as old Spain your going to get, it is full of old world charm and is a happy genuine place, in the past few years we have been coming here we are always amazed at how clean and trouble free it is...More
Loved this beautiful town so picturesque! We spent a day meandering around the streets of old and new town Frigliana. Well worth a visit if in the area. Prices in bars and restaurants were not extortionate to be honest which is a refreshing change. Loved...More
A visit to the Old Town area of Frigiliana is a great way to spend a couple of hours. Narrow, steep winding streets, small shady courtyards and panoramic vistas. Interesting little shops and nice restaurants with terraces looking out to the sea.
It gets pretty...More
This plaque is at the junction of c/Real and c/Hernando El Darra. To visit La Fuente Vieja you need to continue along c/Real, past the church and down the slope of c/Chorruelo. Turn left opposite Bar La Alegría Del Barrio into the small plaza. It’s...More