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Transfers from Malaga Airport to Rincon de la Victoria

Transfers from Malaga Airport to Rincon de la Victoria only a few kilometres from Malaga.

Like many other tiny villages along this coastline, it was once a fishing community.

However, it has since grown to be a significant residential and summer tourism hub. 

In addition to its natural beauty, Rincon de la Victoria is also known for its beaches, tropical climate, and cultural heritage.

This charming town is home to a world-class culinary scene and an intriguing cultural history.

The magnificent Bezmiliana Castle, which King Charles III constructed in the 18th century, is a fortification.

From 1766, this fort was built to protect the region from piracy and armed robbery.

These days, it serves as a venue for exhibitions.

The major components of this square-shaped complex include a wall with two watchtowers, a central building, and an exterior covered well.

Cueva del Tesoro, the only accessible sea cave in all of Europe, is located in Rincón de la Victoria.

Underwater, its channels have been shaped over time by the effects of currents and waves.

In addition to columns, gorges, stalactites, and stalagmites, this amazing grotto has cave painting relics.

The cave was supposedly chosen by an Almoravid emperor as a treasure hiding place.

Transfers from Malaga Airport to Rincon de la Victoria

A few metres separate the Cueva de la Victoria from the Cueva del Tesoro, which houses a treasure trove of historical importance.

The busy Cueva de la Victoria was an ancient Neolithic burial chamber.

In one of the galleries, the outlines of many people were drawn 12,900 years ago.

Since the remains of the deceased were in the middle of the gallery, each of them is arranged differently, indicating the lifestyle.

You may see Torres almenaras, which are defensive structures, along the shoreline, as well as Torre del Cantal and Torre de Benagalbón.

Both date to the 14th century. They served as a defence against enemy invasions along the shore.

History buffs will be excited to learn that Torre de Benagalbón is home to a fascinating Roman site.

The village contains significant archaeological relics, such as a hot spring and garum factory.

The most noteworthy religious structures in the municipality are:

The Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Carmen and the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria in Benagalbón.

 

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