VISIT 15 & 16
Villanueva de Algaidas – Cuevas Bajas – Alameda
The visit will begin with a breakfast in Villanueva de Algaidas. In this town we will go all over the ruins of the monastery Convento Franciscano, the rocky hermitages from the nineteenth century, which used to be used as Mozarabic temples, the interpretation center Centro de Interpretación Miguel Berrocal, whose name derives from a sculptor from Villanueva de Algaidas, and the bridge Puente del Arroyo del Bebedero, dated from the nineteenth century.
After that, we will set a course for Cuevas Bajas, where we will go for a walk through the typical streets in this town until we get to the church Iglesia de San Juan, which houses important carvings, such as those of the Virgin of los Dolores (nineteenth century) or the Nazarene, made by the Sevillian sculptor Castillo Lastrucci.
The lunch will take place in Restaurante Posada El Tempranillo, a typical local restaurant in Alameda, a bandits’ territory in the nineteenth century and a crossroads since ancient times The old town, the patio Patio del Tempranillo, the church Iglesia de la Inmaculada Concepción (eighteenth century), the fountain Fuente de La Placeta, the museum Museo Campo Andaluz and the Roman baths and museums dated from the first century, these are some of the most popular places that you will be able to visit in this site.