Frigiliana is a mountain town in Andalucia, Spain. A white Andalucian village only 5 miles inland, the village itself is a labyrinth of charming narrow whitewashed streets with old Andalucian houses. Around the village are a series of tiled wall displays telling the story of the village during the Moorish occupation and the Reconquista (the expulsion of the moors from Spain).
By car: 40 minutes drive from Malaga International Airport. An infrequent bus service to and from Nerja.
You can hire a Taxi at Malaga Airport. The cost to Frigiliana is anything from €78 to 100 euros for the approximately 40 mile journey. A taxi to Nerja is about 6 euros.
The town is easy to walk around, allowing that it is built on a number of hills. Parking is easy off season in much of the town. There is also a car park.
Walk around town. Take photos.
There is a market Thursdays near where the buses stop, Ctra Circunvalacion. There are numerous small shops spread throughout town. There is a post office at the coast end of Av de Andalucia if you buy post cards.
A number of bars and cafes as well as shops which sell soft drinks.
Taxi or bus. A bus to Nerja, bus to Malaga and bus to airport if you have the time.