A good way to get known Cazorla, Segura y Las villas Nature Park is by contacting local guides who will take cave of everything for you enjoy nature.
The tours are done in all-terrain vehicles driven by native guides
who apart from showing you the natural marvels of the park will
explain the way of life customs and cuisine of its inhabitants.
You can also observe animals in the wild: mountain goats, red
and fallow deer, eagles and foxes, among others. The tours, which
can also be done on foot or in combination, generally are half
a day or one day long.
Because of its urban centre, which has been designated a joint artistic and historical complex, the village of Cazorla is well worthy of a stop before entering the nature Park. It has a medieval and Moorish aspect, with numerous fountains steep streets and stone houses with flower-decorated balconies.
Is is half Moorish and half medieval in that it has two castles.
La Yedra and Las Cinco Esquinas one Arab and the other Christian.
In May the locals bring down the image of San Isicio at night
through the white streets lighted by lamps mounted in seashells
that from geometric designs of uncommon beauty. You can make another
stop in September to take part in the Cristo del Consuelo fiesta.