Rincon de la Victoria spotlights historical landmarks

A Historical Corner of Axarquia. Image: Wikipedia/ JamesNarmer

THE Tourism Department of the Rincón de la Victoria Town Hall continues its efforts to enhance its positioning as a tourist and cultural destination.

Explore Villa Antiopa and Cueva de la Victoria

Their latest campaign, which will run until the end of this year, focuses on promoting Villa Antiopa and Cueva de la Victoria. This involves the placement of printed panels in various locations across the Axarquía region and the city of Malaga.

Promoting Rincón de la Victoria’s Cultural Gems

A total of 42 locations, including hotels, campgrounds, tourist offices, and travel agencies, will feature informative panels highlighting both Cueva de la Victoria and Villa Antiopa.

Continuous promotion remains a key strategy for the Tourism Department to maintain Rincón de la Victoria as a leading destination. Recently, they participated in the Expovacaciones Tourism Fair held in Bilbao.

Discover the Past: Villa Antiopa & Cueva de la Victoria

Villa Antiopa, a Roman villa dating back to the 3rd century AD, stands as one of Spain’s best-preserved Roman villas, situated along the Mediterranean coast. Meanwhile, Cueva de la Victoria has Palaeolithic artifacts and Neolithic burials.

As efforts persist to attract visitors, both domestic and international, Rincón de la Victoria remains committed to showcasing its unique cultural heritage to travellers.

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Written by

Catherine McGeer

I am an Irish writer who has been living in Spain for the past twenty years. My writing centers around the Costa Cálida. As a mother I also write about family life on the coast of Spain and every now and then I try to break down the world of Spanish politics!

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