Córdoba Province - Alto Guadalquivir

Alto Guadalquivir offers a varied natural environment ideal for lovers of outdoor sports such has hiking, climbing and canoeing, amongst others.This area also offers visitors an interesting gastronomy, with delicacies such as game, olive oil and honey. Handmade products made from wrought iron, vegetable fibres, leather and ceramics are also available, made traditionally by locals.

Villages

Bujalance Canete de las Torres
This village is home to the tallest tower in the province, a 55m watchtower. This forms part of its main tourist attraction, a Muslim fortress. More >
This village is small, but it does not make it any less charming. Cañete de las Torres surprises visitors with its beauty, natural environment and numerous tourist attractions. More >
El Carpio Pedro Abad
El Carpio is a white village located along the banks of the river Guadalquivir.
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The best time to visit this village is for Semana Santa, or the Romería de Santiago el Menor, at the beginning of May. More >
Villa del Río Villafranca de Córdoba
El Carpio is a white village located along the banks of the river Guadalquivir.
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Visitors to this village will find Bronze Age and Roman remains including a road, ceramic artefacts, funeral inscriptions and a small necropolis.
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