Quesada. Natural Park of Cazorla, Segura y las Villas.

Reasons to visit

Located in the south of the Natural Park of the Sierras de Cazorla, Segura and Las Villas, from a distance the village looks like a white spot in the middle of olive groves.

In the municipality of Quesada is the source of the Guadalquivir River.

Among other points of tourist interest in the town are theArch of the Manquita de Utrera, from the Visigothic period; theArco de los Santos, belonging to the old walled enclosure; theSt. Peter and Paul Church (s.XVI), the tower is of florid Gothic style; theHospital Church (17th century) or the Lonja district.

It is worth a visit to the museum dedicated to the famous local painter Rafael Zabaleta, as well as the museum of the poet Miguel Hernández. and on the outskirts the Roman Villa of Bruñel.


Tiscar Village

In the village of Tiscar within the municipality of Quesada, you can visit the beautiful Sanctuary of the Virgin of Tiscar and the Cave of Water, where, according to the story, the Muslims threw the image which miraculously always returned to the temple. On the first Sunday of September a very popular pilgrimage takes place.

Ubeda y Baeza

Only half an hour from Quesada are these two beautiful cities, the greatest exponents of Renaissance art in the South, declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.


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