Mirador El Estrecho
Iglesia de San Mateo
Wend your way to the mainly 15th-century Iglesia de San Mateo .
Castillo de Guzmán
Originally built in 960 on the orders of Cordoban caliph Abd ar-Rahman III, this fortress is named after the Reconquista hero Guzmán El...
On the steps just down from the Plaza de Santa María at the southern end of the old town, this cosy place stands out for many reasons,...
Behind Iglesia de San Mateo, this intimate place serves Andalucian-Arabic food and does so terrifically well. It’s hard to know where to...
Lonely Planet review
Climb the stairs at the end of Calle Coronel Moscardó and go left on Calle Aljaranda to reach the Mirador El Estrecho atop part of the castle walls. You'll be rewarded with spectacular views across to Africa and 851m Jebel Musa, one of the so-called 'Pillars of Hercules' (Gibraltar is the other).