La Peña de los Enamorados, also called "El Indio", is located in Vega de Antequera, halfway between the towns of Antequera and Archidona. This is a huge limestone whose profile closely resembles the features of a human face that looks at the sky with his head on the ground.
Because of its characteristics is a place full of legends, though the best known is that, apparently, gives it its name:
When Antequera was the border between Christian Spain and Moorish Archidona two lovers fled in search of land of Christians. According to legend, were persecuted by her father and her brothers and lovers on the run went to the top of the rock, where they found shelter. When they were made, desperate lovers, she dwells and Christian, chose to throw for the most rugged of the rock throwing embraced the void. Their bodies, legend, lie on the slopes of the rock along the banks of the river Guadalhorce.
This legend is entrenched in the area and was collected in literary chronicle in the sixteenth century by King Alfonso V the Great.