According to a book published by Altos Hornos de Vizcaya the first corrugated iron factory of Spain was installed in Juzcar. It is situated on private property. Juzcar was chosen as the site for...
The Iglesia Parroquial de Santa Catalina is the most unique building in the village. It dates back to the 16th century, although is has gone undergone several restorations and remodellings,...
Orienteering is an outdoor sport in which participants are only given a topographical map and a compass and need to find some control points. Orienteering races are organized regularly and...
The origins of this village are not totally clear according to experts, although it is believed that there was a settlement on this site even before the existence of the Arabs. After the Christian...
After it had been used for promoting the 3D version of 'The Smurfs' film, Júzcar was declared the first 'Smurfs Village' by Sony Pictures, a multinational motion picture production...
Júzcar is visited by more than 250 people a day from countries around the world.
This town in the Serrania de Ronda is located in the natural setting of Valle del Genal (Genal Valley). A Landscaped enclave that makes Júzcar, a tourist destination for weekend for fans of sports such as trekking or canyoning.
IN JÚZCAR YOU CANNOT MISS
Throughout its history, the church of Santa Catalina has undergone several modifications and reforms. Built in the XVI century, the temple architecture composes a rectangular flat roof which hides the remains of Moorish armour.
Another mandatory stop in Juzcar is the Old Tin Factory, of the year 1731, the first of Spain.
In the Mycological Museum you can learn more about the variety of mushrooms in the region. This is also a cultural centre that organizes seminars, conferences and workshops in these fungi.
Júzcar is also part of the route of Fray Leopoldo, the most revered saint in Andalusia. It is a tourist path of rural character comprising the towns of Alpandeire, Pujerra Igualeja, Cartajima and Faraj. On this route, that remembers the most revered saint in Andalusia, you'll find landscapes of almond trees, daffodils and white jara.
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