Transfers from Malaga Airport to San Pedro de Alcantara

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Weather in San Pedro de Alcantara

Is a locality in which the microclimate of the Costa del Sol allows to live very well practically all the year, with pleasant temperatures.

It is a place where the average annual temperature is around 20 degrees.

It has more than 300 sunny days a year, a temperature that can be around 14 degrees in the winter during the average day, and in the summer exceeding 30 degrees centigrade.

The rains are more frequent from November to January.

Gastronomy of San Pedro de Alcantara

As a good foodie, we will recommend you this typical dishes so if you read them in the menu of the place you choose… Go for it and try them!

So when you ask yourself what to do in San Pedro de Alcantara? Going out to a restaurant and ordering some of this dishes will be the right choice to make.

Gambas al pilpil

This dish, which can be taken as an entree, main course or tapa, is one of the veteran favourites for expats and locals alike.

It’s simple but it tastes great and consists of prawns with garlic and chilli served in very hot olive oil.

Espetos de sardinas

This is the typical speciality of Malaga. The sardines are made in the traditional style: pricking them in a cane and roasting them with the smoke of a fire in the open air.

Ideally stuck in a traditional fishing boat converted into a barbecue on the beach.

Boquerones

Any trip to Marbella is not complete if you do not try their famous anchovies. As a tapa or as a starter, fried or cured meats with vinegar, olive oil and garlic are usually served.

Fritura Malagueña

Try the best of the Mediterranean with this varied fried fish dish.

This selection of local fried fish, floured and salted, served with a slice of fresh lemon, is one of the favourite Andalusian dishes.

Queso Curado

A classic and much more than the favourite dish of shepherds, it tastes better with Serrano ham. The best varieties of cured cheese are those made with sheep’s milk or goat’s milk.

Gazpacho

This cold tomato soup may be well known but it is best done in Malaga.

It’s served in any tapas bar and even better: it’s easy to do, so you can impress your friends when you return home!

Monuments of San Pedro de Alcantara

Beacon tower of Bóvedas

It’s location next to the Roman baths of the same name, from which it separates it about 50 meters. It is one of the watchtowers that existed along our coast and that were part of the defensive system of the same.

It has a height of 13 meters and a base of 8.3 m in diameter.

The Church of San Pedro de Alcántara

Located in the current Plaza de la Iglesia, was built between 1860 and 1866, not being open to the public until 1869 before the need to provide the agricultural colony of San Pedro de Alcántara a place for Catholic worship.

It was completely burned down in 1936 as a result of the Spanish Civil War and was restored and reopened to worship in 1943.

It is formed by a central nave with a triple portico on its façade, on which rises a turret in the shape of a prism and with a hipped roof, as well as two adjoining spaces corresponding to the aisles.

The Villa of San Luis

It is located in the Plaza de la Iglesia, right next to the parish church. It was built in 1887 as the family residence of the Cuadra Raoul family, who in 1874, became the owners of the agricultural colony of San Pedro de Alcántara.

He moved there with his wife Clara Raoul and her children moved to live in the agricultural colony of San Pedro de Alcántara, which since 1874 was their property.

In 1887, Clara Raoul built her family residence, baptizing her as ” Villa de San Luis ”, in honour of her deceased husband and son.

This building is, together with the church square and some adjoining houses, one of the only original buildings that are preserved from the beginnings of the Agricultural Colony of San Pedro de Alcántara in the nineteenth century.

El Trapiche de Guadaiza: The Farm-Model

It was built as a sugar factory in 1823 by Juan Lesseps, being the first industrial establishment known in the vicinity of San Pedro de Alcántara and that would work until 1831.

The building has had many uses throughout its history and the reforms made by the Marquis to build the Model Farm have allowed the building to be preserved to this day.

It is also a true example of the agroindustrial past of the agricultural colony of San Pedro de Alcántara, which was one of the most important agricultural colonies in Spain.

La Alcoholera

In 1871 the marquess, in order to provide the colony with a modern sugar factory that achieved a great economic performance, it opened a sugar and alcohol factory, giving rise to the current neighbourhood of El Ingenio in San Pedro de Alcántara.

What remains of this industrial complex is mainly the alcohol factory, consisting of a tower about 15 meters high and a rectangular ship 35 meters long and 10 meters high with a wooden roof.

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