If you have had the opportunity to visit Andalusia You will know that this land is full of corners that are worth discovering. And it is that in addition to offering incredible beaches, natural landscapes of immense beauty, exquisite gastronomy and an important historical and cultural heritage, this autonomous community hides charming villages.
As in Hard Hobbit To Break we have already told you about the most beautiful towns in Andalusia, today we want to focus on a province with a long history: Cordova. Do you want to discover which are the most beautiful towns in this Andalusian corner? Well watch out!
Priego de Córdoba
First of all, we want to talk about Priego de Córdoba, a town located in the Sierra Subbética Natural Park. Here you will discover a set of streets, houses stately and monuments of great importance. Baroque is the style that predominates most in the town. The King's Fountain, the Health Fountain or the Castle are some of the places you must visit.
We continue our tour of Córdoba in Zuheros, which is located in the southeast of the province. This town has preserved the charm of other times, with narrow and winding alleys, white houses with ocher roofs, lots of little squares and the mountains, which acts as a backdrop. It is located at the foot of a castle of origin Arab and in it we can find corners as wonderful as the church of Nuestra Señora de los Remedios. Zuheros was declared a Site of Cultural Interest in 2003.
Located in the east of the province, Montoro was declared a Historic Artistic Site in 1969. The town is located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, which is in charge of dividing it into two neighborhoods. Without a doubt, the most surprising thing about this place is its scenic beauty, although we can also find some elements architectural of great value, such as the bridge, the church of San Bartolomé or the remains of the Castillo de la Mota.
Another beautiful town in Córdoba is Iznájar, which is located in the south of the province, surrounded by a reservoir which bears the same name. This beautiful villa is located on a hill and houses many charming corners, such as the Castle, which dates back to the 8th century; the Patio de las Comedias; or the Parish Church of Santiago.
As it could not be otherwise, we also have to talk about Lucena, a place that surprises with its imposing environment and its important heritage. Stresses the church of San Mateo, Gothic-Renaissance style; the Medinaceli castle and palace or the Casa de los Rico de Rueda.
The next town on our list is Belalcázar, a municipality that is located in the Los Pedroches region, north of Córdoba. Framed by pastures of encineras and cereal land, the villa has a small old town with narrow streets and houses of different styles. Highlights the Castle and its Tower of Homage.
Almodóvar del Río
Another town that could not miss on the list is Almodóvar del Río, which is located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, in the Sierra de Hornachuelos Natural Park. Of great value landscapingThis place offers an urban complex made up of white houses located irregularly at the foot of the Castle, which is located at the top. From here you get magnificent views.
Knowing that we left many beautiful towns in the inkwell, finally we are going to talk about Montilla, a town that is only 40 kilometers from the city of Córdoba. Located between olives and vineyards, this town is famous for its wines and oils, how could it be otherwise? In addition, through its streets you will find palaces, castles, churches, convents and hermitages.
EXPLORING CÓRDOBA: INCREDIBLE ANCIENT CITY (SPAIN) (April 2021)
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