Located just 15 minutes from Malaga this town has not much to note except the “Cueva del Tesoro” which is worth a stop. The series of underground caverns has stalagmites, stalactites, underground pools and Paleolithic wall paintings although the latter is off limits to visitors. Although there is not much to note, this place has attracted the worker of Malaga to buy a second home here as it does offer a much more relaxed atmosphere then the city. It has also in the past few years become a popular holiday destination for the Spanish and foreigners. The origin of Rincon de la Victoria go back to 550AD, but its most prominent monument is the “Casa Fuerte de Bezmiliana” which goes back to the 18th Century. This was built at the request of King Carlos III in 1766. The fort was the areas coastal defense system against British pirates. It is now an arts exhibition centre housing the art of international artists.
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