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What makes us 

In Riogordo we share a characteristic culture of a typical Andalusian town, surrounded by the beauty of our surroundings, monuments and corners linked to tradition, our people and our gastronomy. All added up makes us special.

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Riogordo specializes in its particular dish of snails in broth, which is promoted on the last Sunday in May, as it has been declared a Festival of Singular Interest by the Malaga Provincial Council. Migas and Green Bean Gazpacho are traditional.

"Throw the Club"

You are invited to discover this expression in any bar in town.

Ready to Tapas?

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The irregular terrain on which the town extends configures two well-differentiated areas:

the upper neighborhood, called Cerrillo, and the lower neighborhood or La Plaza. In both areas the houses are whitewashed and, due to their locality, it is worth noting the streets

Deán de Rojas, La Santa, Horno and La del Agua.


Our Lady of Grace Church

It is the most outstanding monument of Riogordo.

Its construction dates from 1490. It has a basilica plan and consists of three naves divided by semicircular arches on rectangular pillars. Inside, the dressing room stands out, and on the outside, the square-shaped tower topped with a hipped ridge.

Olive Grove Bridge

Bridge that crosses the Rio de la Cueva and connects with the old road to Colmenar

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Tajo Gomer and Doña Ana

It is one of the most beautiful natural landscapes around Riogordo. You can practice a hiking route that takes us to the Tagus bordering the Cueva river. Remains dating from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age have been found in this area.

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