Located in the heart of Andalusia is the city of Antequera. Dating back to Roman times and home to a multitude of archaeological remains, Antequera is a historical, ancient city with its own unique charm. Waiting to be discovered are the Collegiate Church of Santa María, the Alzaba, the Church of Nuestra Señora del Carmen to name just a few attractions. What are you waiting for?

The secret behind Antequera's gastronomy is olive oil. The city's star dish is porra, a cold soup made from tomato and bread. Ready to give it a try? 

Are you a nature lover? Then we recommend a visit to Torcal de Antequera. This natural setting has been declared a World Heritage Site by the Unesco. Time to get your hiking boots on!

Travel to Antequera by train and make your perfect break a reality. Travel comfortably, quickly and sustainably. And always at the best price. Avlo, the high-speed, low cost train, makes it easy for you.



Antequera-Santa Ana station is open from 6:30 a.m. until 23:15 p.m. and offers a wide range of services:

  • Ticket sale
  • Taxi rank
  • Connections to other Renfe train lines
  • Adapted for people with reduced mobility
  • Car park 

Use our easy-to-use search engine to find all available Avlo, AVE (high-speed) and train schedules, fares and ticket prices to your destination.

  • This region dates back to ancient times, having been inhabited for more than 6,000 years meaning it is home to great archaeological and architectural heritage. Impressive, right
  • Antequera comes from the Latin "Anticaria", the name that the Romans gave to the city. Afterwards, the Arabs named the city "Antaquira". 
  • It is known as "the city of churches". It is home to more than 30, making it the Spanish city with the most churches per inhabitant. Surprising, right?
  • The Antequera Dolmens Site was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2016. The cultural complex is made up of: he dolmen of Menga and Viera, the tholos of El Romeral, the Peña de los Enamorados and Torcal de Antequera.