Things to see and do - Sorbas
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Sorbas Travel guide
Sorbas : Michelin's recommendations
With its houses clinging to a steep hill, and the Río de Aguas forming a meander below, Sorbas is a particularly attractive village. Nicknamed Cuenca Chica (Little Cuenca), it is famous for its red clay pottery, which is mainly used to make heat-resistant kitchenware.
Tourist attractions Sorbas : Things to see and do
The mills are 5km south-east of Sorbas. They have been converted to accommodate alternative techniques for developing desert areas (solar energy stoves, water purifiers). Take the waymarked trails to see traditional irrigation canals and ruined mills..
This is a surreal landscape where erosion by water has hollowed out thousands of weirdly shaped caves from the cliffs. If you feel like a little speleology (and are fairly fit), you will find everything you need here on site for an expedition: equipm..
Plaza de la Constitución
The square is the nerve centre of Sorbas. Surrounding it are the 16C Iglesia de Santa María, the town hall, the 19C house of Francisco García Roca and the 18C palace of the Dukes of Alba. From lookout points you have fine views of the river bed, the ..