Andújar The Essential
Interesting
Andújar is the leading olive-growing town in Spain. The former Iberian settlement of Isturgis was occupied by the Romans, then the Moors, who built the monumental 9C ramparts, and was finally reconquered by Ferdinand III of Castile in 1225. Today, Andújar retains its winding, paved alleyways and old buildings, despite being a major agricultural and industrial centre. Highlights here include its fine pottery, delicious cuisine and the Parque Natural de la Sierra de Andújar.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Andújar
La Sierra de Andújar Nature Reserve
La Sierra de Andújar Nature Reserve
The reserve stretches over 60 800
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Sanctuary of the Virgin Mary of the Head
Sanctuary of the Virgin Mary of the Head
This holy place deep in the park is
Church of St Michael
Church of St Michael
This church stands majestically on Plaza
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San Bartolomé
San Bartolomé
This church dates back to the 15C. You
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Palace of the Children of Don Gome
Palace of the Children of Don Gome
An elegant 16C building, the Palace of
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Church of St Mary
Church of St Mary
Located on the square of the same name,
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