Festivals in Lucena: Cabalgata Reyes Magos, Carnival, Semana Santa, Fiestas Aracelitanas, Festival Internacional de Jazz, Feria de la Tapa y Encuentro de Bandas de Calle, Romería de Nuestra Señora de Araceli and more.
At first glance, Lucena appears to be composed entirely of furniture factories and retail outlets; however, the old town hosts many exquisite churches reflecting its importance in the Subbetica during the Baroque era, and encouraging visits by history lovers. The town has around 42, 500 inhabitants.
Luque is on the fringes of the rugged Sierras Subbéticas Natural Park, picturesquely set on a hillside, crowned by a castle and medieval defensive walls overlooking the main square. The town has around 3000 inhabitants.
Hotel Santo Domingo Lucena is set in the heart of the historic Andalusian town of Lucena. The building was once a convent, and still has a beautiful 18th-Century cloister. Bedrooms at the hotel are simple and comfortable. They all have air conditioning and satellite TV. The en suite bathroom has a hairdryer and toiletries.