Spanish restaurante El Tintero Campero Cártama, Malaga

Cártama is divided into two zones, Cártama Pueblo and Cártama Estación situated in the Guadalhorce valley region only 20 kilometres from Málaga. The Phoenicians called the settlement Cartha (hidden city), and the Romans derived the name Cartima from this.
Places of interetest: The castle-fortress, San Pedro church, Nuestra Señora de los Remedios hermitage, Roman ruins, sixteenth century fountain and the museum Casa Museo González Marín.

There is a busy market on Sunday in Cártama Estación.

Worth a visit is the plate restaurant, El Tintero Campero which is a couple of minutes drive from Cártama. Its a great experience where the waiters walk around non-stop bearing dishes, you just point out what you want, at the end of the meal the waiter will calculate the bill by counting the empty dishes. Great for a group of people. It is noisy, fun and entertaining.

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