Cazorla The Essential
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.
This ancient Roman origin fortress