Valle de Abdalajis – Malaga

Valle de Abdalajis in Malaga is a delightful village located in the southern part of the Antequera district. This is a mountain-side village, perched at 340 meters above sea level is set against the impressive backdrop of the Penibetica range that rises above its whitewashed homes and cobblestone streets.

Local information

Ayuntamiento de Valle de Abdalajis
Alameda Principal 2, 29240 Valle de Abdalajis (Malaga)
Telephone: 952-489-100

Health Clinic Bars, shops, restaurants Schools Municipal pool Beach
Golf nearby Malaga 56km Granada 110km
Seville 178km
Bus and train
Malaga airport
Granada airport
Seville airport


Main information

Valle de Abdalajis in Malaga is a calm town in the Antequera region but that surprises any visitor with its tranquility and views over the valley. The area is ideal for rural living, a quiet holiday, trekking, cycling, climbing, even just relaxing. On the other hand, if you’re looking for adventure – hang gliding is also an option. In fact, the latter is so popuplar in this area that many call this the “Flight Capital” of Malaga.

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Aficionados from around the world come here to practice their favourite sport and enjoy the peaceful views that stretch out over the Guadalhorce Valley to the Mediterranean sea. It is within an hours drive from Malaga International Airport. It is aslo close to the village of Alora and the El Choro lakes.

Valle de Abdalajis in Malaga has a long and varied history as well, which is proven by the rich archeological finds in this area. It seems that everyone from the Romans to the Phoenicians to the Arabs and more, passed through and left their mark on the area. The village’s name is thought to have come from the Arab who founded it: Abd-el-Aziz.


  • 1th of May – La Romeria
  • 10th of August – San Lorenzo (Town saint)

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