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  • 1 Cathedral Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Diego de Siloé began its construction but the main part of the building was erected according to his plans between 1597 and 1715. Inside, the Gothic style of the entrance naves gives way to a Renaissance style which reaches the peak of its expression..

  • 2 Santiago district Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    This is one of the most characteristic districts of the town. Not to be missed; the Peñaflor palace, a seigneurial house distinguished by its curious wooden balcony; the old Arab alcazaba (11C) where the towers provide the best panoramic views over G..

  • 3 Troglodyte district Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Wedged in the high part of Guadix, this district stretches out between ravines, steep paths and small green hillocks. The caves spread out along the slopes, the entrance to one sometimes on top of the roof of another, where an entire family lives, pr..

  • 4 Alcazaba

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    More or less left in an abandoned state (although current works leave some hope that it might be reopened to the public), this Moorish fortress was built from the 11C on. From the towers there are lovely views over Guadix and its troglodyte area.

  • 5 Constitution Square

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    This charming, almost theatrical, arcaded square has a more Castillan than Andalusian feel. It was built in the 16C and 17C. You can see the town hall, which was built at the very start of the 17C under the reign of Philip III, as well as vestiges of..

  • 6 Pottery Museum (Cueva-museo de Alfarería)

    Museums and art

    calle San Miguel, sous l’alcazaba 59

    This museum is set up in a cave excavated in Arab times which still has some evidence of its past, such as a brick well (1650) and a buried jar (1640) which served no doubt to keep wine. The rich pottery tradition of the province of Granada, includin..

  • 7 Santa Ana District

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Set slightly apart from the centre, to the east of the historic town, this area can be explored by starting at Calle Ancha. Calle Tarrago y Mateos then Calle Mira de Amezcua on the right lead you to Calle Santa Ana. Here you are in the heart of the o..

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