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Europe > Iberia > Spain > Andalusia > Málaga (province) > Valle del Guadalhorce > Álora


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Álora is a village in Andalucia.

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By train[edit]

Trains run between Málaga and Álora throughout the day, although with varying frequency. The line, known as the C2 Suburban Line, runs from Malaga Renfe (the main railway station) to Álora. The journey takes about half an hour.

Get around[edit]

Álora can be explored on foot, although from the railway station it is a moderate uphill walk to reach the main part of the town.


  • The castle, set on top of a hill and with views over the surrounding hills. It is actually used as a cemetery today.




El Urogallo - is a local restaurant located next to the building where Guardia Civil is headquartered in Alora. Per October 2008 you get a meal of the day for Euro 7, incl beer/wine and coffee.




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