Frigiliana in Malaga is just 7Km north of Nerja and is a the typical pueblo blanco. It sits high on a mountain ridge overlooking the sea with spectacular panoramic views. Frigiliana is voted the ‘prettiest village in Andalucia’ by the Spanish tourism authority.
Ayuntamiento de Frigiliana
Calle Real 80, 29788 Frigiliana (Malaga)
|Health Clinic||Bars, shops, restaurants||Schools||Municipal pool||Beach
|Golf nearby||Malaga 57km Granada 113km
|Bus and train
Frigiliana in Malaga is a town with a tangle of narrow cobbled streets lined by whitewashed houses, their wrought-iron balconies filled with planters of brilliant red geraniums. Small plazas provide shady seating while the village bars are popular with visitors who come here to taste the locally produced wine. There are also several excellent shops in Frigiliana selling pottery and ceramics, including decorative plates with their distinctive Arab design.
- 20th of January – San Sebastian Day. Three images of the Frigiliana Patron Saint, St. Sebastian, St. Anthony the Abbot and St. Anthony of Padula are taken on a procession.
- Beginning of May – Day of the Crosses. A popular and colourful event with numerous crosses adourned in flowers in locations around the the town where locals offer visitors free local wine and food.
- June – Feria de San Antonio. Feria held in honour of their patron saint San Antonio de Padua.
- End of August – Festival 3 Cultures