Canillas de Albaida is situated 52 kilometres from Malaga and 21 kilometres from the coast at Torrox Costa, at an altitude of 575 metres on the Sierra Almijara mountain range. It lies within the area of Axarquia, on the scenic Route of Sun and Wine, and has a population of 700. It has all the local amenities you would expect from a small village including a public swimming pool and lots of bars and restaurants, but still remains tranquil and pretty.

The village has wonderful views of the National park and mountains which are easily accessed on foot. The village maintains a park and BBQ area, La Fabrica, which is a great spot for a picnic and walk.

Canillas de Albaida has Moorish origins from the 13th century. Its Arabic name means `The White One´. The Islamic past is reflected in the lay out of the streets and squares, and in the use of terraces for cultivation. The parish church of Nuestra Señora de la Expectacion, standing in the main square, was built in the 16th century. There are also two shrines, the 16th century Santa Ana and the 17th century San Anton.

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