The region is made up by seven municipalities: Alameda, Antequera, Casabermeja, Fuente de Piedra, Humilladero, Mollina and Villanueva de la Concepción Crossroads between Eastern Andalusia and the West, the region of Antequera offers the traveler abundant monuments both built by man as for the own force of nature.

In the first chapter are the most important megalithic complex of Europe, as well as churches, convents and fortresses from different periods and styles.

In the second are the Nature Reserve of Laguna de Fuente Piedra, home to the largest colony of flamingos that exists in the Iberian Peninsula, and the Natural Setting of Torcal de Antequera, labyrinth of limestone and habitat of numerous animal and plant species.

In the municipality of Alameda lie the mortal remains of one of the most famous bandits of Andalusia, José Maria “El Tempranillo”.

The town of Mollina is of particular interest to those who practice caving, by caves such as Almirez, La Higuera or La Rosa Chica. In Humilladero, the traveler interested in typical handicrafts will discover that traditional and artistic forging works are the most important. There are also craft works made with natural fibers such as esparto and wicker.