Things to see?
We might also mention the Vico Theatre (19th century), the Municipal Museum of "Jerónimo Molina", the Palace of El Concejo (16th century), which today houses the Archaeological Museum, the Church of Santiago, the Town Hall, Modernist houses, the Wine Museum of "Juan Carcelén" and El Casón (15th century). A few kilometres away from the town itself, we can also visit the Convent of Santa Ana del Monte (16th century), the Medieval Castle with its keep and parade ground, the wetland area of "El Charco del Zorro", the rock art and the Palaeontological Site of Las Pisadas Fósiles de la Hoya de la Sima (Upper Miocene 5.6-7 million years).
What To Do?
Visitors will also find six "Wine Routes", which incorporate all of the town's tourist services and resources, focusing on its history and culture, its natural delights, cave paintings, archaeological sites, trekking trails and, of course, the exquisite wines of certified origin (D.O.) which can be enjoyed in this area. With the Wine Route, tourists will be able to visit the local vineyards and sample some of the wines for themselves, as well as enjoying typical cuisine from the area and the opportunity to purchase local products. In the Sierra del Carche, we can find various mountain-bike routes and facilities for paragliding. Take on the challenge of Long Trail 7 (G.R. 7) which crosses the north of the region.
Things to Buy and Eat?
Wines of certified origin (D.O.), cheeses and olive oil. Gazpacho, trigoentero and relleno. Under the heading of sweet dishes, we can enjoy sequillos, rollos de vino and cristóbalas.