Cazorla
The Essential
Interesting
This town, known as Carcesa in Roman times, occupies an incredible setting within the lush landscapes of the Parque Natural de las Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas, hence its popularity with tourists to Andalucia. Cazorla was subsequently occupied by the Moors, to whom it owes the current layout of its streets. On summer evenings, the town becomes very lively with locals and visitors alike, who flock to its squares, outdoor terraces and tapas bars.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Cazorla

Park Visitors' Centre
Park Visitors' Centre
Castril
Yedra Castle
Yedra Castle
Cazorla
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Town hall (Ajuntament)
Town hall (Ajuntament)
Cazorla
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St Francis' Church
St Francis' Church
Cazorla
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Plaza de Santa María
Plaza de Santa María
Cazorla
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