Iglesia de Santa María

Church in Cazorla

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 Cazorla's tourist office, which offers interesting half-hour tours through the bóvedas (vaults) that channel the Río Cerezuelo underneath the church.

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