Places of Interest

La Reserva (ZOO The Reserve ) (6 km)

Located among the remains of an ancient copper mine and surrounded by a privileged natural environment, La Reserva del Castillo de las Guardas is one of the largest and most spectacular animal park of Europe, home to more than 1,000 animals of over 100 different species which live under similar conditions to those of their natural habitat.

Natural Park Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche(20 km)

Located at the western end of Sierra Morena, north of the province of Huelva, the Natural Park Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche is characterized by extensive forest cover, high rainfall, mild climate and natural and cultural heritage which arouses the curiosity and interest of visitors.
The broad pastures which predominate in the mountain environment have encouraged the breeding of the Iberian pig, whose industry sustains the economy of towns like Cumbres Mayores or Jabugo. You should not leave the place without tasting its delicious cold meats and, of course, the ham from Huelva, Guarantee of Origin. In the Museo del Jamón de Aracena you can learn more about the cold cuts tradition of the area.

Rio Tinto (a 32 km)

In the Rio Tinto Mining Park you can take a surprising train journey, enter into a mine, visit an authentic Victorian house and learn in a museum the history of a region completely transformed by mining activity.

Aracena (a 32 km)

In the heart of the Sierra, Aracena is a tourist attraction par excellence, presided over by the castle hill on which stands the Castle Priory Church (s. XIII and XIV) and the ruins of the old fort. Under this hill runs a maze of caverns and passageways. The famous “Gruta de las Maravillas” (Cave of Marvels), flooded with stalactites and stalagmites, is open to the public and it has a route exceeding one thousand meters. In the entrance of the Cave you can visit the interesting Geological Mining Museum, and you can also enjoy the Museum of Contemporary Outdoor Sculpture located in the vicinity. Aracena, also has a number of civil and religious buildings of great interest such as the Assumption Church (XVI century), Santa Catalina (ancient Jewish synagogue in May. XVI), the Church of El Carmen and Santo Domingo (s. XVI), the old Town Hall with its facade made by Hernán Ruiz (1563) and el Palacio del Obispo Moya (XVII).

Seville (a 65 km)

Natural Pathway Corredor de la Plata

It is a guide of 20 Routes of Nature and hiking and 5 roads of scenic views that offers many unique places. The unique location of the seven municipalities that make up the area that spreads over a territory situated between the Sierra de Aracena, Sierra Norte and the Guadalquivir Valley, together with its natural resources, the idiosyncrasies of its inhabitants and the special relationship between the environment and the man of this lands, results in the region that we know today.


Coto nacional de Pata del Caballo y Madroñalejo (Aznalcóllar y El Madroño).

The main resource is the small and big game hunting (National Preserve La Pata del Caballo)