Avila is a fictional location created by GMA Network for the Mulawin saga. It is situated at the very top of Mt. Apo. It is the residence of the Mulawins.
During the ancient days, Lord Dakila was tasked to take care of the skies. He founded Avila to become the home of an Avian humanoid race, known as the Mulawins.
Together with the lords Ravenum, Daragit, and Lumbas, Avila became an abode for the Mulawins to contact with the human world. It is during the reign of Lord Dakila that the Mulawins had first contact with Encantadia, with one of their queens giving him a gift as a token of friendship between the Diwatas and the Mulawins.
Dakila appointed Bagwis as the King of Avila. After the reign of Bagwis and the death of Dakila, Avila was governed by a council composed of the following:
- Lumbas, a bishop of Avila
- Daragit, a Mulawin pureblood
- Panabon, a Mulawin Tabon or half-blood
- Laab, a Musang tribe leader
- Dakdak, a Perico tribe leader
- Maningning, a Taguba tribe leader
- Rosing, a representative of the human race
However, some time after Daragit was proclaimed to lead the council, it was abolished and he placed himself as Avila's second monarch.
Almiro, together with some Mulawins, rebelled against Daragit's tyrannical reign. With the help of King Gabriel of Halconia, Avila was liberated, thus proclaiming Almiro as its king, being the son of Aguiluz and Alwina, daughter of King Bagwis. Upon the arrival of Pirena and Lira in Avila, the two are cooperating with the Mulawins to hunt down the Minokawa (or Borona).
After the fall of Halconia which resulted the deaths of Rafael, Rashana and Tuka, Almiro later weds Anya as his queen consort of Avila. Uwak-ak is later seen to live in Avila and the only remaing Ravena since Siklab was been banished. Humans are free to go to Avila as the Mulawins are also free to go to the human world, which results to the peaceful unification of Mulawins, Ravenas and humans.