Cazorla The Essential
Interesting
This town, known as Carcesa in Roman times, is surrounded by the steep contours of the Halcones rock. Cazorla occupies a fantastic location within the lush landscapes of the Parque Natural de las Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas. The town's streets, lined with whitewashed houses adorned with flower-decked balconies, are perfect for a stroll. At nightfall, typical caracoladas (oil-filled snail shells used by the locals to create geometrical shapes) illuminate the houses here.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Cazorla
Yedra Castle
Yedra Castle
This ancient Roman origin fortress
30 minutes
Town hall (Ajuntament)
Town hall (Ajuntament)
This occupies the old Convent of Mercy,
15 minutes
St Francis' Church
St Francis' Church
This church formed part of a Franciscan
15 minutes
Park Visitors' Centre
Park Visitors' Centre
In addition to obtaining ample
Plaza de Santa María
Plaza de Santa María
In the centre of this pleasant square,
15 minutes