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  • Church of Santa María de los Reales Alcázares

Located on a hillside near the Upper Guadalquivir valley, Úbeda houses an old town that has been declared an Historic-Artistic Site. The churches, palaces and aristocratic mansions are surrounded by olive groves and fields of cereals.Read more...

What to see Some of the city’s main buildings are located in Plaza Vázquez de Molina square, also known as Santa María square. The Renaissance complex comprises the Holy Chapel of El Salvador, the Palace of Condestable Dávalos, now a Parador, the Town Hall or Palace of Las Cadenas, the Church of Santa María de los Reales Alcázares and the Palace of the Marqués de Mancera. Also make sure you see the Redonda de Miradores vantage point with panoramic views of the River Guadalquivir basin, the Plaza del Mercado square housing the Church of San Pablo and Santiago Hospital, considered to be ‘the Andalusian Escorial’, and today a cultural centre. Gastronomy The star ingredient is the local olive oil, granted a Sierra Mágina Designation of Origin, used in some of the most typical dishes: ‘andrajos’ (a potato stew with rabbit, hare or cod), ‘pipirrana’ (a garden salad) and potted black pudding. Festivities The renowned ‘City of Úbeda’ International Festival of Music and Dance is held in this city in the province of Jaén.


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Úbeda


Úbeda


Úbeda


Úbeda


Úbeda