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Casares Cemetery

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Casares Cemetery

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Casares private half-day Tour from Marbella or Malaga

Delve into Andalucia’s historical heritage on a private tour of Casares, one of the Pueblos Blancos (White Villages), from Marbella. Receive undivided attention from a private guide as you visit Casares highlights such as the birthplace of Blas Infante, the Moorish castle, and the Banos de la Hedionda (Hedionda Baths), reputedly built by Julius Caesar. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
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Malcolm McD wrote a review Sep 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom365 contributions81 helpful votes
We visited this cemetery and strolled around. It was beautifully maintained and very interesting. Commanded wonderful views over the surrounding countryside.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Turista-Inglesa wrote a review Jan 2020
Estepona, Spain20,494 contributions1,963 helpful votes
An andalusian cemetery can be heartbreaking. All those niches close by, huddled together. It's not like an English cemetery where there's space to breathe between one grave and the next. If the gate is open, it's worth venturing in, respectfully, reverently, don't take in dogs or small children, and walk around in silence, pondering on the mortality of mankind.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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camper11-11 wrote a review May 2019
Europe123 contributions55 helpful votes
Because of the rocky ground the coffins are placed one above the other. Worth seeing but please be wary of photo opportunity as there will likely be mourners nearby
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Duquesadiner wrote a review Apr 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom1,366 contributions374 helpful votes
If you are visiting the Estepona, Casares or Manilva principalities on the Costa del Sol then a visit to the old village of Casares is a must. One of many white washed villages in Andalucia, this one ranks near the top. Parking is free on the periphery of the village and you can walk to the centre where there are a few bars and restaurants. You will need to wear appropriate footwear if you intend venturing up to the cemetery and other historical attractions at the top of one of the two hills that the village is built on. It is worth the effort, the cemetery is interesting and quite different from anything you will see in the UK. All of the graves are above ground and the gardens are beautifully maintained. Be aware that it is closed on a Saturday which I find quite unusual. The views from here are magnificent as well. Also, keep an eye out for vultures using the air thermals to glide around the area in search of food.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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jacwinwin wrote a review Feb 2019
Namur, Belgium150 contributions14 helpful votes
Typical Small Spanish Cemetery in Casares 28.1.2019 Casares is a beautiful village ! Also a nice place to view Eagles and Birds of Prey.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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