In addition to the sea, sun, sand, and delectable seafood, Rincón has a couple of landmarks worth visiting.
The most famous building in Rincón de la Victoria is the Casa-Fuerte de Bezmiliana. To protect the region from pirate raids, this fort was constructed beginning in 1766. These days, it serves as a venue for exhibitions. The major components of this square-shaped complex include a wall with two watchtowers, a central structure, and an outside covered well.
Cueva del Tesoro, the only accessible sea grotto in all of Europe, is located in Rincón de la Victoria. Underwater, its channels were shaped throughout time by the effects of currents and waves. In addition to columns, gorges, stalactites, and stalagmites, this amazing grotto has cave painting relics.
The seafront is expanded and enhanced from one end of the town to the other. Along the seafront to La Cala and the shrine of the Virgin del Carmen, the town’s patron, carved out of the rock at the westernmost point of the beach, are two routes that Rinconites like taking.
Three tunnels carved out of the solid rock are part of the road leading to La Cala. The tunnels, formerly damp, gloomy, smelly, and full of holes and puddles, have recently been renovated and illuminated to make them easier for pedestrians and cyclists to access. You have two options after the first tunnel: either go straight through until you emerge at La Cala or climb the steps and follow the outcrop for a picturesque path.
You may see Torres almenaras (beacon towers), which are defensive structures, along the beach, including Torre del Cantal and Torre de Benagalbón. Both have a conical trunk-like form and date to the 14th century. They served as a defense against enemy incursions along the shore.
History buffs that buy Rincón de la Victoria property for sale will be excited to learn that Torre de Benagalbón is home to a fascinating Roman site. The settlement has the most significant archaeological relics, such as a hot spring and garum industry (a famous sauce made with fish and herbs).
The most noteworthy religious structures in the municipality are the Iglesia de Nuestra Seora del Carmen in Rincón de la Victoria and the Iglesia de Nuestra Seora de la Candelaria in Benagalbón. It was constructed in the eleventh century.
The town of Rincon de la Victoria is quite picturesque and its main street is the Avenida de la Constitución. This street is full of shops and restaurants and the parishes of Nuestra Señora del Rosario, San José and San Pablo, a fountain and a bandstand.
The old town is a great place to stroll around. There are some lovely buildings to visit, such as the Church of Remedios, the Convent of San Francisco and the Church of San Antón. Also worth a visit are the Plaza de San Juan and the Plaza del Museo, which is home to the town’s museum. Rincon de la Victoria is home to a number of local businesses and industries.
A number of businesses are involved in the manufacture of metals and machinery. However, the most important industrial activity is related to construction materials and the manufacture of bricks. The town also has a number of farms and greenhouses, which employ a significant number of people in the region.