Cazorla is located on the western edge of the Natural Park Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas is a small mountain town in the province of Jaén (Andalusia, Spain). The location of the resort los Halcones, the Cerro de Salvatierra and the towering Gilillo ( 1,845 m) at the foot of the Peña de is impressive, and also the place itself has some nice places: the Plaza de la Constitución, the Plaza de la Corredera ( the main square of the town, known colloquially as " El Huevo ", " span for egg " because the shape of the square of this reminds ), and behind it to get through winding streets to the picturesque Plaza de Santa María. From here you can see the former Moorish Castillo de la Yedra, in which the local Volkstumsmuseum is housed.


Since 1994, Cazorla directed an International Bluesfest, the Festival Internacional de Blues Bluescazorla. The festival usually begins in late July and is very well known in Spain. Beginning with modest dimensions at the start, it is today extremely successful with more than 100 bands.

The annual International Theatre Festival in Cazorla (Festival Internacional de Teatro de Cazorla ) which will be held in Cazorla since 1996. Every autumn there listed by reputable and well-known theater groups famous Spanish works in the Teatro de la Merced and the main roads.

On weekends and in the summer Cazorla is visited by Spanish tourists, but for which the town is mainly a transit station for the nearby nature park. From the 14th - 21st September is held annually the Feria de Cazorla, the day is - in traditional festival clothing - celebrated in the houses that are built in the city; at night there are open-air balls and bullfights.

Religious celebrations

  • Marie devotion to la Virgen de la Cabeza (Last Sunday in April )
  • Cristo del Valle ( Christ devotional, first Saturday in May )
  • Devotion to the Holy San Isicio (May 15 )