The ruins of Castillo de Zalía are the last remnants of a Moorish settlement where the village of Alcaucín now stands in the Malaga region of Spain. Before the Muslim era settlement in the area stretched back tens of thousands of years. Evidence of Neolithic societies has been found in the nearby caves, Cueva de los Guaicos and Abrigo de El Espino, and a Neanderthal skeleton was unearthed in the region in 1983.
Use EasyToBook.com to search for a cheap hotel in Alcaucín or find hotels near points of interest lik El Tajo de la Cueva (Cliff of The Cave) and Castillo de Zalía. This little hillside village with its whitewashed houses and floral arrangements is a delightful place to find a hotel and explore the Malaga region.