The first cannon is located at the entrance of the village, this is the oldest one and the legend says that was used against the French, it is now located at the lookout point that points to the Castle of the Moors.
The second cannon protects the doors of the Town Hall it is an 18th-century naval cannon given by the chief admiral of the maritime zone of the Strait, it was installed on October 20th, 2000.
The third cannon is located next to the Lanjarón River, by our natural border, built in the twentieth century, was recently installed.
The fourth cannon is located by the Visillo Lookout point, ceded by the MADOC Land Army, marks the end of the municipality.
Lanjarón was formed in the fifteenth century by three neighbourhoods: Azocaque, Cenete and Aceituno. The neighbourhood of the Aceituno was located by the Barrio Hondillo, it has a Berber style of architecture built with stone, mud, reeds and wood. Most of the houses have a portal or a “tinao” that was common for several houses belonging to the same family.