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Aqueduct of El Aguila

Barranco de la Coladilla | on the Cazadores de Maro cliff, Nerja, Spain
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Aqueduct of El Aguila / Nerja (Spain)

The Aqueduct, is a latin name and means water pipe, it seems it was an invention of the ancient... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Manuela L
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Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Out of the blue.

This isn't a tourist attraction, it's a fully functioning aqueduct for the local farms. This means... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
N1ck_29
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London, United Kingdom
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  • Excellent25%
  • Very good39%
  • Average30%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible1%
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“the main road” (17 reviews)
“sugar factory” (14 reviews)
“carry water” (5 reviews)
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Barranco de la Coladilla | on the Cazadores de Maro cliff, Nerja, Spain
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Reviewed 5 days ago

The Aqueduct, is a latin name and means water pipe, it seems it was an invention of the ancient romans; this Aqueduct is well preserved, a wonderfull architecture, and is still in function; you can visit it; this water pipe leads the water from one...More

Thank Manuela L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This isn't a tourist attraction, it's a fully functioning aqueduct for the local farms. This means you can't go on it, or near it, it has to viewed from a road side lay by.

Thank N1ck_29
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We were driving along in our taxi and looked to our left and saw this magnificent structure. The architecture is fascinating. And yet it is functional. You can look at a model of the structure at the Museum in Nerja.

Thank fvsenf
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Hope it doesn't collapse like a domino mountain....Viewing areas on the N340, Great for photos. An interesting farm in the ravine.

Thank loineruk
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This aqueduct is actually on your way to the Caves of Nerja, 3km from the town. It's an imposing sight crossing a valley. Built in old Roman style, it was actually only built in the late 1880s or thereabouts. But it's very impressive. You can...More

Thank DublinEdM
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

when passing between nerja and Maro you can see this structure inland. You can park in the small carparks at either side of the road bridge and take photos of the aqueduct from the bridge.

Thank Perry G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This aqueduct is situated just outside the village of Maro.It is a masterpiece of engineering,ang one of the very few such structures still standing in such a good state of repair.Well worth the visit, with a beautiful downhill walk passing many tomatoe and fruit farms...More

Thank tomslevin2009
Reviewed 15 June 2017

Cycled around Nerja and surrounding area, went to see the Aquaduct, it was nice but looked more impressive in the photos. Nice view of the sea from up there though.

1  Thank IrelandToTheWorld
Reviewed 5 June 2017

This aquaduct used to supply water to the now defunct sugar mill. It is in very good condition and worth the short trip out of town to see.

Thank Adventurers049
Reviewed 20 May 2017 via mobile

Just stumbled on this as driving along to coast road & stopped to have a look, just stunning & a great photo opportunity!

Thank GaryNewcastleStaffs
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