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Plaza de San Sebastián

Plaza de San Sebastián, where you can visit kilometer zero of Andalusia or sit next to two of the most illustrious characters in our history, the poet José Antonio Muñoz Rojas and the painter José María Fernández.

Visit the Plaza de San Sebastián.

It was created in 1508 as a result of a royal decree of Doña Juana la Loca. It currently offers one of the most beautiful urban complexes in the city. In it are located buildings as interesting as the Arch of the Nazarene, the house of the Bouderé, or the famous Collegiate Church of San Sebastian.


Another important element is the Renaissance fountain that centers the square, carved by the Granada Baltasar de Godros in 1545 for the Plaza Alta, being later moved to the Coso de San Francisco, and, finally, to the place where we can see it today.


Address: San Sebastian Square, Antequera, Malaga

Schedule: Open 24 hours.