Cómpeta – Árchez – Solares – Sedella – Canillas de Aceituno
The visit begins with a breakfast in a typical restaurant in Cómpeta and a tour of this old Roman town, whose white houses and typical dishes, such as the Spanish migas, the fennel soup or the fried pumpkin, wines and raisins, are known worldwide. Immediately after, we will visit Árchez, one of the smallest towns of the Andalusian region Axarquía, settled in the river valley of Turbilla, and the tower Torre Almenara. Its picturesque settings lend this place a unique identity to the extent of being part of the route Ruta del Mudéjar.
We will set a course for Salares, an old Moorish town located at the base of the mountains of Tejada and Almijara and distinguished by its tower Torre Almenara, placed in the parish Parroquia de Santa Ana. We will also visit Sedella, an old Arabic town that possesses several monuments of cultural and historical interest, like the Torre Almenara.
The lunch will take place in a typical local restaurant in Canillas de Aceituno, our last destination. There, you will be able to enjoy the most popular places, such as the church Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Rosario, the Muslim remains of the castle and the houses Casa de los Diezmos or Casa de la Reina Mora.