In the heart of the port of Duquesa, located in the municipality of Manilva, is a beautiful marina. A place filled with charm, thanks to the pretty white dwellings with their arched façades that border it.
This authentic character is enhanced by the delightful restaurants, bars and cafés located here.
And the word "port" is synonymous with "navigation". This port is the ideal departure point for a little boat trip taking you to various points of interest nearby, like Gibraltar or Estepona.
If you're looking to stay near Castillo de Sabinillas, renting a holiday apartment at Arenal Duquesa is a great option. The apartments have everything you could possibly need for a perfect holiday: a large dining/living room, a double bedroom with bath or shower room and a twin room with a further shower room. The kitchen is well equipped, with a dishwasher, microwave and so on provided in order to make life as easy as possible during your stay.
Lovers of architecture and heritage must see the Parish Church of Saint Anna which was built in the eighteenth century on the site of a former place of worship, dating back to the sixteenth century. The church is 36 metres long and 20 metres wide, and was restored in the mid-nineteenth century. On entering the building, you will find three naves separated by arches supported by octagonal pillars. Do not miss this charming little architectural gem.
The Baths of the Hedionda form a swimming area measuring ??6 meters across, overhung by a hanging spherical vault and two barrel vaults.
These sulphurous and ferruginous baths are of Roman origin. They were then restored by the Moors who modified the original structure of the whole place.
This place, declared a cultural heritage site, possesses curative properties which can still be enjoyed today since it is possible to bathe there.
Casares Castle stands on a limestone massif. And the views that await you when you reach the top are breathtaking. The ruins of this ancient, thirteenth-century Arab fortress are indeed beautiful. Admire the walled enclosure in the shape of an irregular polygon. This irregularity is due to the geology of the area: the southern, northern and western walls, in particular, follow the edge of a deep ravine - which formed a natural protection from possible attacks. As well as the enclosure, parts of the palace's walls and towers, located on the top of the plateau, are also conserved, and one of the towers now houses the ethno-history museum.