Cordoba, the province situated along the Guadalquivir River in Andalusia, has a rich monumental and cultural heritage that is worth discovering. Visiting its white villages and mountain landscapes of its natural parks, while enjoying its rich gastronomy is quite an experience.
The city of Cordoba is an ancient city that has been named a World Heritage Site; you can also discover the most popular municipalities:
Beautiful town of Cordoba located at the foot of a castle of the Arab period where you can find a historical museum and the cave Cueva de los Murcielagos, inhabited in the Neolithic.
Priego de Cordoba
Lovely place to stop, with a great monumental heritage.
About 40 kilometres from Cordoba is situated Montilla, home to numerous hiking trails and architectural treasures.
Quiet town of Cordova located among orchards and olive groves.
Declared a Historical Artistic Compound this is a beautiful city of Cordoba where you find the combination of mountains, river and Arabic layout of its streets that wind among its typical white houses.
This town of Cordova draws attention first by the sight of his high castle on the horizon as we approach. It is also the place where is situated a house is internationally known for the appearance of faces drawn on the walls without explanation and other paranormal phenomena.
With typical Arab streets, narrow and winding, this town is situated on the top of a hill and has attractions like its typical Andalusian white houses, the castle of Baena or the municipal historical museum.
The second most populous city in the province of Cordoba with a great cultural heritage and tourist attractions such as the Gothic church and some natural areas.