The fourth Frigiliana art route, or Ruta del Arte, will be going ahead as planned from 2 to 4 October.
Over 40 artists representing 14 different nationalities will be exhibiting their work in 26 locations around the village.
Visitors will have the opportunity to meet the artists and ask them about their work, which ranges from painting and photography, to ceramics, mosaics and sculpture.
This year organisers Maribel Martín and Brendon Taylor, who own the Amarte studio and gallery in Frigiliana, have introduced a QR code for visitors to find venue locations and information about the artists.
The QR code is available at each of the venues, at the information booth, at Frigiliana, Torrox and Nerja tourist information offices and on social media.
The event will be raising money for sarcoma research, as a posthumous tribute to the young artist Soledad Platero, who lived in Frigiliana.
Participating artists will be donating pieces with the daffodil theme and some of Soledad's own drawings will also be included.
The route will be open from 11am to 2pm and 4 until 8pm on 2, 3 and 4 October. Information: @rutadelartefrigiliana;