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Sedella

Sedella is a pretty rural town situated inland from Malaga city and from the coastal resort of Torre de Mar. Set in the Axarquia region, an area of outstanding natural beauty, Sedella sits on the Mudejar Architecture Route, and is an excellent destination for those looking for a rural retreat, not too far of the beaten track.

About town
Sedella is typically Moorish in style, with its winding narrow streets and alleys, lined with whitewashed terrace houses.

There is a good selection of small shops, bars and restaurants; perfectly sufficient for visitors needs.

Cultural attractions

Sedella’s roots go back many centuries, certainly to the Roman occupation In the seventh century the Moors took over the region, and the town became an important strategic location.

There are many cultural attractions and monuments around Sedella including the ruins of an old fort, the 16th century church of San Andres Apostpol and the Casa Torreon, an old mansion, which is now a private residence, but a has a particularly good example of a Mudejar-Moorish tower in the ground.

Natural surroundings

Sedella sits at the foothills of the Sierra Tejada and Sierra Almijara mountain ranges, and is popular with walkers and hikers.

Cuisine

Goat is a typical meat used in many local dishes from this region; delicacies such as goat with garlic and baby goat in wine can be found on many menus, and a particularly dish stew of cabbage and fennel is worth trying. The region also some excellent wines that can be enjoyed with a traditional local meal.

Climate
The climate in Sedella is that of a typical Andalusian inland town. During the summer months the town gets very hot, into the late 30, early 40-degree temperatures. The spring and autumn is generally mild, and the winters do get slightly colder, than the protected Costa del Sol and Malaga region.

Things to do while you are here

Reviews for Sedella

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Small location, not a lot to see, but then again that was known beforehand.


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Excellent, quiet mountain village


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Busy but good for water park and supermarket
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VERY smal village, nothing to do


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We especially liked Torre del Mar!
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Nice little town but not much to do or see. Very few restaurants.


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Dirty, no proper facilities even though there was a huge Tourist Information Centre. No decent bars or restaurants


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Very nice.
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City???Too small


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Lovely
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Perfect, such a wonderful place


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Nice to be in the mountains for a change instead of coastal
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Small village, clean and well maintained. People very friendly and helpful. Prices in local bars very reasonable.


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Did not visit this coast
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Sedella is a tiny mountain village, pop 300-ish, with narrow, cobbled streets, very picturesque. 1 hr from coast with nearby other small villages. Recommend a car. Village is very quiet, only two small local shops and a couple of cafes/restaurants. Good area for walking on mountain tracks or road-biking. But not much for a family or children to do, so may not recommend for this. Maybe more suitable for older couple or without kids. We visited the Roman Bridge , a nice 1km walk from apartment, most days, so kids could play in the river and pools. There were longer mountain walks available but too far for little legs!
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