If you are looking for your perfect property for sale in Caniles, then you might want to find out more about it:
Caniles is typical of the Baza and Altiplano area in that its origins date back many centuries, with strongest and perhaps most evident links from the time of the Moorish occupation. Although the original name, ‘Canilles’ is thought to have Latin origins, during the time of the Moors it was known as ‘Qanalis’, which later became Canilles de Baca (Baza). Apparently Canilles paid a large sum of money in 1646 to become independent of Baza, to become called simply – Caniles.
The town offers all amenities one can look for, including supermarkets, butchers, bakers, banks and many more. Property for sale in Caniles starts at 120.000€ for a town house.
Town hall info
In your local town hall you can register / do the empadron ( find the explanation here)
Resident information for the Caniles area
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