Transfers from Malaga Airport to Alhaurin el Grande

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Alhaurin el Grande History

In Alhaurin el Grande there are historical remains of all civilizations from the most ancient. But the most important are from the Romans and the Arabs. That’s why there are remains from the Neolithic period.

But there is also a great leap in growth thanks to the arrival of the Greeks.  Because they improved their methods of cultivating the land, grafting olive trees and pruning vines.

Roman period

There is evidence of the existence of different Roman Empire settlements in various places in Alhaurín el Grande. The most important of these are those of the Fuente del Sol and the Huerta del Niño. In addition to this town, numerous remains and objects have been found, such as columns, ceramics, coins… and the most important is the aqueduct that existed on the Camino de Coín.

Arab Period

The Arabs during the Middle Ages improved trade and agriculture. Where the parish church is today, there was an old mosque, as well as the castle that adorned the Islamic Alhaurin, which no longer exists. Some of the most important remains from this period are

  • The almost disappeared Castle of the Towers of Fahala 
  • Tower of Al-Qayria de Urique 
  • Arch of the Shed

Because for the Muslims, Alhaurin el Grande was a place of great strategic importance.

Modern Times

In 1485 the Catholic Monarchs arrived in the town and it was incorporated into the Crown of Castile. And 1492 it is constituted as a Council. According to some hypotheses, they added the Roman name of Laurin, to which the Arabs had added the prefix Al- the adjective “the Great” to distinguish it from its neighbour: Alhaurín de la Torre.

Modern Age

From the 18th century onwards there was significant growth in urban development. Numerous new streets appear, moving the centre of the population to the Plaza Baja and Calle Cilla. And also demographic.


Monuments to visit in Alhaurin el Grande

 Roman columns

They are in the Plaza del Convento and from here we can see much of the town.

 Arab Shed Arch

It is a monument that dates from the 12th century and was part of a wall that protected the town. It is in the souk where the agricultural products of the village and its surroundings were sold. 

 Agricultural Museum

This museum is an important tourist reference. The aim is to convey the values, culture and idiosyncrasies of our ancestors who worked the land with the tools on display in the rooms of this museum.

 Chapel of San Sebastian

The Ermita de San Sebastián is the oldest chapel in Alhaurín El Grande. In which the Holy Image of Our Father Jesus the Nazarene is venerated and worshipped. It belongs to the Royal Brotherhood that bears his name.

 It is reflected in the Repartimientos de bienes y tierras carried out by the Catholic Monarchs in 1492.

 It is a rectangular building finished off with a dressing room.

 In the sacristy of the Hermitage we can find a funerary stele dated in 1821 with the name of the merchant of Irish origin Mr. Batolomé Costello y Fallon.

 Hermitage of Cristo de las Agonías

The hermitage of the Christ of the Agonies in 1783. It is a small temple of great simplicity. In which the Christ of the Agonies is worshipped.


Gastronomy of Alhaurín el Grande

Typical in the gastronomy of Alhaurín el Grande are Aloreña olives, allullas, oil buns, cachorreñas, mojete, sausages, empanadillas, cachorreñas gachas, winter gazpacho, migas, mostachones, roscos de huevo, etc.

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