Cazorla attractions

Top Choice Castle in Cazorla

Castillo de La Iruela

In a stunningly picturesque and panoramic perch on a rocky pinnacle towering over pretty La Iruela village, this ancient fortification is well worth the 3km drive or 1.5km uphill walk from central Cazorla. It was fo…
Top Choice Castle in Cazorla

Castillo de la Yedra

Cazorla's dramatic Castle of the Ivy, a 700m walk above Plaza de Santa María, has great views and is home to the interesting Museum of the Upper Guadalquivir, whose diverse collections include traditional agricultur…
Church in Cazorla

Iglesia de Santa María

This picturesque shell of a grand church, attributed to the great 16th-century Renaissance architect Andrés de Vandelvira, was wrecked by Napoleonic troops in reprisal for Cazorla’s tenacious resistance. It houses C…
Viewpoint in Cazorla

Balcón de Zabaleta

Canyonlike streets lead south from Plaza de la Corredera to the Balcón de Zabaleta. This little mirador has stunning views over the southern part of town and up to the Castillo de la Yedra and mountains beyond.
Museum in Cazorla

Centro Temático Frondosa Naturaleza

If you're pressed for time, this visit takes you through a little of Cazorla's natural and human history, showing a restored water-driven flour mill and an exhibit on the Cazorla natural park and its wildlife, with …
Square in Cazorla

Plaza de Santa María

From the Balcón de Zabaleta, a narrow street leads down to Cazorla's most picturesque square, Plaza de Santa María, overlooked by the shell of the Iglesia de Santa María, with the Castillo de la Yedra and craggy mou…
Square in Cazorla

Plaza de la Corredera

The heart of town is Plaza de la Corredera, with a number of busy bars and the elegant ayuntamiento (town hall), in a 400-year-old former monastery building, looking down from the southeast corner.
Visitor Centre in Cazorla

Centro de Interpretación del Castillo de La Iruela

Has background exhibits on La Iruela Castle.