Antequera Lovers’ Rock
The Lovers’ Rock has an altitude of 874 meters above sea level.
At first glance it seems the head of an Indian lying down, for this reason, the Rock is also called "The Antequera Indian".
It is called "Peña de los enamorados" thanks to a border legend that tells the story of two lovers (a Christian boy and a Moorish princess).
The Lovers’ Rock was first inhabited in the Bronze Age and has had a high level of occupation throughout history.
In 2011, the Lovers’ Rock was declared a Property of Cultural Interest by the Junta de Andalucía.
In the year 2016, the Lovers’ Rock was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, forming part of the Dolmens of Antequera.