This is Campillos’ most significant monument. It was built in the early 16th century (1506), although it was heavily restored in the 18th and 19th centuries, the most important...
Ethnological museum that attempts to capture the evolution experienced in the life of Campillos from grandparents and parents to present. This museum contains photographs, objects of all kinds...
Las lagunas de Campillos The walk follows the long street of Dr. Óscar Fernández direction southeast, passing on the left some industrial buildings and on the right recently built...
The history of Campillos is not very well known. Remains of coins and pieces of pottery, and what seem to be Roman-Iberian settlements have been found in El Castillon. The presence of three capitals...
Recommended month to visit it: May.
In the southern half of the Iberian Peninsula, sharing a lapse of time with the megalithic art, we find necropoli in artificial caves. They are constructions dug into the rocky substratum of the land that normally have similar plans to those of the megalithic sepulchres, with one corridor and a chamber, as well as doors that delimit the inner areas.
Morphologically, the megalithic constructions recall a mother's womb, to which the
deceased return after being laid to rest in them. A magnificent example of this is the Necropolis of las Aguilillas, located in the valleys of the rivers Guadaltelba and Turón, in a sandstone promontory from the Miocene that rises over the landscape to 500 metres above the sea level.
There is a circular path to visit the seven tombs of the Necropolis; the route is around two kilometres long and of medium-low difficulty.
- Parking 1: 339313 / 4089639
- Parking 2 and access to the site: 337901 / 4090498