|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
House set in the old town of Quesada town gives southern entrance to Cazorla Natural Park, the largest protected area in Spain. The house is the usual arrangement of the traditional dwelling of this area, with entrance hall, bathroom with shower on the ground floor, a small living room on the first floor kitchen and a double bedroom on the second floor, in the There is a small bedroom separate toilet. From the bedroom you can access a roof terrace with great views of the Sierra de Cazorla, equipped with everything needed for a pleasant stay, is located in a quiet area, yet close to the center of town.
In the municipality of Quesada is the source of the river Guadalquivir.
Other sights in the town are the Arch of the Manquita de Utrera, of Visigothic; Arc of Saints, belonging to the ancient city walls; the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul (s. XVI), the tower is flamboyant Gothic style; the Church of the Hospital de la Concepción (s. XVII) or the neighborhood of the Market.
Recently opened a museum dedicated to the famous local painter Rafael Zabaleta. In the same building we can visit the museum dedicated to the poet Miguel Hernández.
In the village of Tiscar within the municipality of Quesada, you can visit the beautiful Sanctuary of the Virgin of Tiscar and Water Cave, where they say, Muslims threw the image which always miraculously returned to the temple. The first Sunday of September takes place a busy pilgrimage.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
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