Things to see and do - Andújar
Unmissable tourist sites
Andújar Travel guide
Andújar : Michelin's recommendations
Andújar is the leading olive-growing town in Spain. The former Iberian settlement of Isturgis was occupied by the Romans, then the Moors, who built the monumental 9C ramparts, and was finally reconquered by Ferdinand III of Castile in 1225. Today, Andújar retains its winding, paved alleyways and old buildings, despite being a major agricultural and industrial centre. Highlights here include its fine pottery, delicious cuisine and the Parque Natural de la Sierra de Andújar.
Tourist attractions Andújar : Things to see and do
E - 23748 Las Viñas
The reserve stretches over 60 800 hectares north of Andújar in the foothills of the Sierra Morena overlooking the Guadalquivir Valley. Its landscapes alternate between open pastures grazed by fighting bulls, and dark ravines with a thick forest of oa..
E - 23740 Andújar
This church stands majestically on Plaza de España or Plaza del Mercado. You will notice the interior with its interesting murals from the 17-18C, a unique coro and a fine drum, both decorated with finely sculpted reliefs.
calle Maestra, s/n E - 23740 Andújar
An elegant 16C building, the Palace of the Children of Don Gome has a pretty patio with porticos, and stables in which the old troughs remain. An Indian influence can be detected in the decoration of the simple tower. It houses the archaeology museum..
Santuario Virgen De La Cabeza, S/N E - 23740 Virgen de la Cabeza
Santuario Virgen de la Cabeza, s/n E - 23748 Virgen de la Cabeza
Surrounded by the wonderful mountain scenery of the Sierra Morena, this fully refurbished hotel is ideal for enjoying the area’s excellent outdoor activities. Spend your day hiking or biking in the amazing landscape which surrounds the Hotel Sier..
Hnos. Del Val, 1 E - 23740 Andújar
Situated in the commercial and leisure area of Andújar. Its 79 rooms are equipped with modern facilities. This hotel, surrounded by gardens, is an ideal place for leisure and business travellers.