Descripción: The Humilladero of Coín consists of a Mudejar style tower, built with bricks and reinforced with travertine in the base and corners. The floor plan is quadrangular, with a space in the upper part formed by four semicircular arches in each side, housing a cross. It is finished off by a pyramid ceiling of glazed tiles. The exact date of construction is not known, but it is in existence at least since the eighteenth century.  Until the end of last century it had a group of Cumbreras clay houses attached to it, known popularly as Las Casillas (the small houses). The no longer existing chapel of the Virgen de la Cabeza was situated in front of this tower.
Location: Road Tolox – Ronda. (Within the Pepe Cumbreras Park, next to Coin’s health center)