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  • Aínsa.

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    Aínsa. Aínsa-Sobrarbe. Huesca. (Aragon) The village, which was the capital of the old Kingdom of Sobrarbe, and was later incorporated into the Kingdom of Aragon in the 11th century, constitutes a magnificent example of medieval urban development. The historic quarter of the village of Ainsa, declare…

  • Albarracín.

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    Albarracín. Teruel. (Aragon) The former capital of a Moorish kingdom (Taifa), the small town of Albarracín has preserved all its Islamic and mediaeval flavour. Its old quarter has the Property of Cultural Interest designation. The main thing that surprises visitors who arrives at the town of Albarra…

  • Alcalá del Júcar.

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    Alcalá del Júcar. Albacete. (Castile-La Mancha) Alcalá del Júcar is located in an exceptional setting, on a hill below which we find the gorge formed by the Júcar river. Narrow, steep streets lined with well-preserved houses crawl up towards the castle, from which we can have splendid panoramic view…

  • Alarcón.

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    Alarcón. Cuenca. (Castile-La Mancha) The town of Alarcón is located amid the steep gorges that flank the Jucar river. It was declared a Historic-Artistic Site because of the beauty and harmony of its monuments and natural surroundings. The village's walled enclosure is almost intact, surrounding mos…

  • Alcalá la Real.

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    Alcalá la Real. Jaén. (Andalusia) It is about 60 kilometres from the city of Jaén. Its old town has been declared Property of Cultural Interest. The imposing La Mota Fortress stands out in the Arab-origin urban landscape of Alcalá la Real. This castle marked the border between the kingdoms of Granad…

  • Alcaraz.

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    Alcaraz. Albacete. (Castile-La Mancha) Renaissance art in its historic old town. Alcaraz, some 80 kilometres from Albacete, is outstanding for the monuments in its historic old town. Of these, special mention should be made of Plaza Mayor square (16th century). It is a solemn, sober construction, fl…

  • Alcúdia.

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    Alcúdia. Majorca. (Balearic Islands) One of its attractions is La Albufera, a natural park created in 1988. The municipality of Alcúdia is one of the most beautiful places in the Balearic Islands. Virgin coves with crystal waters, surrounded by pinewoods; diverse fauna and environmentally-rich natur…

  • Alhama de Granada.

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    Alhama de Granada. Granada. (Andalusia) This town's name has its origins in the famous baths and thermal waters, well known back in Roman times. The town is just 58 kilometres from the city of Granada. It is set in beautiful mountainous surroundings, with charming white houses, impressive as they cl…

  • Algodonales.

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    Algodonales. Cadiz. (Andalusia) http://www.algodonales.es/. The town of Algodonales, one of the famous white towns of Cadiz, is on the route from the north to the Nature Reserve of the Sierra de Grazalema mountains. Its old town has been declared Property of Cultural Interest. Algodonales is set amo…

  • Almonte.

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    Almonte. Huelva. (Andalusia) The most significant attractions here are: The Rocío pilgrimage, Doñana National Park and Matalascañas Beach. Almonte is in the province of Huelva, Andalusia. The town is made up of small white houses and spacious pedestrian areas. It has a range of interesting buildings…

  • Almonaster La Real.

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    Almonaster La Real. Almonaster la Real. Huelva. (Andalusia) An Arab castle, Mudejar and Gothic homes, and a mosque that is older than the one in Cordoba, are part of the historic quarter of Almonaster la Real, declared a Cultural Object. The town is located at the heart of the Sierra de Aracena Natu…

  • Almansa.

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    Almansa. Albacete. (Castile-La Mancha) The most remarkable feature of Almansa is its impressive castle, built on top of a great rock that crowns the city. Of Arab origin, this castle was rebuilt by Don Juan Manuel in the 14th century. The historic quarter, which was declared a Historic-Artistic Site…

  • Almazán.

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    Almazán. Soria. (Castile-Leon) Sitting on the banks of the river Duero, the town of Almazán owes its name to the Arabs. It has remains of a wall, two entrance gates –Mercado and Herreros- and several churches. It is worth touring its streets at length, especially the main square, where you will find…

  • Alquézar.

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    Alquézar. Huesca. (Aragon) Rich cultural heritage set in stunning natural surroundings. Alquézar is in the province of Huesca, in the foothills of the Pyrenees, within the Sierra y Cañones de Guara Nature Reserve. It is the perfect place for sports like canyoning, hiking, horse riding, and mountain …

  • Altea.

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    Altea. Alicante - Alacant. (Valencia) As we approach the town by car, Altea's historic quarter appears against the monumental backdrop of Sierra Bernia, offering a gorgeous panoramic view. The town of Altea sits on top of a hill whose highest altitude is dominated by the belltower of the parish chur…

  • Antequera.

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    Antequera. Malaga. (Andalusia) A host of historic monuments in the very heart of Andalusia Antequera is a wealthy town, both culturally and economically. Its historic centre is made up of more than 50 monuments and buildings dating as far back as the Bronze Age, such as the Menga Cave, Viera and Rom…

  • Ares del Maestre.

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    … Ares del Maestrat. Castellón - Castelló. (Valencia) The town of Ares del Maestre sits on the top of a rocky hill, on a privileged location that overlooks the beautiful and rugged landscape of the region of El Maestrazgo. On the mound that dominates the town, we have the ruins of an ancient castle, w…

  • Aranda de Duero.

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    Aranda de Duero. Burgos. (Castile-Leon) Great municipality in the province of Burgos, which lived a flourishing period under the rule of Enrique IV, in the late 15th century. From its rich architectural heritage we must highlight the 15th to 16th-century, Isabelline-Gothic church of Santa María, who…

  • Arcos de la Frontera.

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    Arcos de la Frontera. Cadiz. (Andalusia) Sitting on a spectacular sheer cliff, Arcos de la Frontera is a picturesque town in the province of Cadiz full of small reminders of its Arab inheritance. Its old town has been declared Property of Cultural Interest. Towers, churches and splendid viewpoints w…

  • Artà.

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    Artà. Majorca. (Balearic Islands) Artà is located in a beautiful natural setting, with a rich and diverse scenery. Artà has a beautiful coast lined with high cliffs, a valley where we find almond, fig, and carob orchards, and the mountain of Artà, with low hills covered by olive trees, reed, and dwa…

  • Astorga.

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    Astorga. León. (Castile-Leon) The capital of the county of Maragatería in the province of León offers a rich medieval legacy, the result of its location at the crossroads of: the Pilgrim's Road to Santiago de Compostela and the Ruta de la Plata (Silver Road). Its walled town preserves churches, conv…

  • Ayllón.

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    … 40520. Ayllón. Segovia. (Castile-Leon) Located about an hour’s drive from the city of Segovia. Its old town has been declared Property of Cultural Interest. Stately buildings and homes with traditional architecture: the best way to get to know the charms of Ayllón is to navigate through its narrow c…

  • Balaguer.

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    Balaguer. Lleida. (Catalonia) Rich heritage. Balaguer is between the plain and mountains of Lleida, close to the Segre River. It is outstanding for its cultural wealth and stunning landscapes, and for its unique heritage, the fruit of its Moorish past and its position as capital of the County of Urg…

  • Ayna.

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    Ayna. Albacete. (Castile-La Mancha) Located deep into the gorge formed by Mundo river, in a unique and rough natural setting, we find Ayna, one of the most picturesque towns in the area.Because of its special location, and in order to take advantage of the limited available surface, the people of Ay…