Triana, in the Axarquia region of Andalucia, is situated 32 kilometres from Malaga and 8 kilometres from the coast. The village is flat with whitewashed houses, an altitude of 100 metres and a population of about 700.
Triana has supermarkets, bars, restaurants and a school, and hosts a couple of lively fiestas each year including a romeria in June and a town fair with concerts during July.
A river bed runs to the south of the village, across from which is the beautiful, green hamlet of Zorrilla which originated as a smugglers` village. Here there are houses, and inhabitants, full of amazing character and nestling between tropical trees and flowers.
Triana & Zorrilla Facts
Altitude: 100 m
Distance to Malaga: 32 km
Distance to coast: 8 km
Triana & Zorrilla Useful Numbers:
Emergency Doctor: 061
Emergency Police: 091