|Arch of the Giants, Antequera|
You can also see the Arch of the Giants, which was built in 1585 to honour the town's roman past.
|Lovers Rock, Antequera|
She of course, was in love with a young man from a rival family, and ran away with him. They were chased by the soldiers, all the way up to the top of the rock. Rather than return and lose each other, they threw themselves off the rock to die together.
Not having a car though, we only took the one trip out, which was to El Torcal, a national park with fascinating limestone rock formations. When the rocks originally pushed up out of the earth, they did so with their layers staying horizontal. So when the winds and rain have gradually nibbled away, they have left what seem to be discs of rock stacked on top of each other.
There are a few walks that you can do, but unfortunately we had managed to pick a day to go when the weather was very misty and so there was hardly any visibility, meaning that it was only safe to do the basic route. There was even snow on the branches of the bushes.