Alcalá del Júcar
Alcalá del Júcar is perched on a rock over a meander of the Júcar, its houses climb up it, dig into the earth and ascend to the castle that presides over the town and the river. The Júcar canyon is cut in sheets at its base, like a limestone cake that gives it a peculiar appearance. The castle is of Arab origin.
The walk should continue through its network of streets to the 16th century parish church of San Andrés, one of the most significant buildings in the town. Following the descent we arrive at the beautiful bridge over the Júcar, from the 18th century to which it has often been attributed greater antiquity. In the historic center of Alcalá del Júcar, we find the Cueva del Diablo, one of the most historic Arab caves in the town. Considered one of the most beautiful villages in Spain, be sure to lose yourself in its streets.
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