Frigiliana Off The Beaten Path

  • Steepy park - Parque escalonado
    Steepy park - Parque escalonado
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  • Some plants - Algunas plantas
    Some plants - Algunas plantas
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  • General view - Vista general
    General view - Vista general
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    Botanical garden - Jardín Botánico

    by spanishguy Updated Feb 14, 2006

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    There is a small park next to the parking area. I think it's completly brand new and it worth a visit. There are a lot of kind of plants and flowers, an artificial waterfall and benches, where you can have a small rest just looking at the mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, if it's a sunny day.

    Hay un parque pequeño junto a la zona de aparcamiento. Creo que es completamente nuevo y merece una visita. Hay muchos tipos de plantas y flores, una cascada artificial y bancos donde te puedes sentar a hacer un pequeño descanso simplemente mirando a las montañas y el mar Mediterraneo, si estás en un día soleado.

    Steepy park - Parque escalonado Some plants - Algunas plantas General view - Vista general A flower and the new city are Frigiliana with its botanical garden at the botton

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    Castle - Castillo

    by spanishguy Updated Feb 18, 2006

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    Well, actually I didn't visit the castle itself, but I saw it from the city. You can see it too if you pay attention to the mountain summit. It's a 9th century Arab castle and it was destroyed during the "Battle of the Rock" (16th century) so currently there are just some ruined walls.

    Bien, verdaderamente no visité el castillo. pero lo ví desde el pueblo. Tu puedes contemplarlo también si prestas atención a lo alto de la montaña. Es un castillo árabe del siglo IX que fue destruido durante la "Batalla del Peñón" (siglo XVI) así que en la actualidad sólo quedan ruinas de las murallas.

    Look at the mountain summit! ?Mira a lo alto de la monta?a!

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    Lear about its history

    by Carmela71 Updated Jan 30, 2004

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    Walking along the little streets you can learn about the history of Frigiliana, reading the 12 mosaics, which explain the entire story.

    The history of Frigiliana dates from prehistoric times, as Phoenicians, Romans and Arabs have lived there.

    During the Christian reconquest, there was many battles here. The last one was the battle of the Rock of Frigiliana in 1569.

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