The Cave of Wonders is one of those places you simply need to see. An aquifer of 1200 meters with giant stalactites and stalagmites, is not something you will find anywhere. The halls of the cave are narrow, slippery, dark, moist and you have to negotiate water puddles and climbing stairs carved into the rock. But yes, you will only see natural beauty around you. A unique and highly recommended visit.
A magical evening with a beautiful sunset in the beautiful castle of Aracena. From here you can see the whole town surrounding the castle slopes as well as the entire mountain. There is a great treasure in this castle. That treasure is the cave of wonders which takes you to another world where you can see the beauty of nature making beautiful shapes and forms.
This small train provides a fun way to discover Aracena. It will take you all over town, including the castle. It is a good way to discover the town of Aracena, which you can then later visit on your own.
If you come here make sure to eat more than necessary in order to be ready for all the exercise and fresh air. The 3 Goats offers activities such as archery, kayaking and zip lines to enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings of the Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche.
This restaurant is located in the heart of the beautiful and picturesque town of Aracena. In the park there is grazing goats and sheep that feed on natural grass. In season some of them eat the acorns, the milk from which the towns already famous cheeses are produced. There is no artificial ingredients in this cheese, which are made by hand and which takes a minimum of 60 days to mature. The taste and creaminess depend on that which the sheep or goats graze on. This dairy farm has received numerous awards, including a 1st. Award for cured cheese in Andalucia (1998),a 3rd. Own Recipe Prize in 2000 and a finalist in the Salon Gourmet 2004. They have also received rave reviews from gourmet expert Enric Canut. Expert gourmands, chefs and gastronomy Academy members have been the most consistent supporters of this proud family tradition of Aracena. They also produce pork products. We also visited a small Cheese Museum, the Cave of Wonders, in the Mount itself Robledo Gourmet and Marques de Aracena.
This bar, located on the ground floor of Hotel La Casa Noble, is the ideal place to start the night. It is a quiet little bar, with a capacity for 30 people, pleasant background music and consists of small rooms, great for small groups. For starters you can order some tapas, made with typical products of the Sierra de Aracena. From the famed Jabugo ham, some chocolates, cheese, dates, ham, Iberian pork pate or mini goats cheese toast with tomato jam. To drink, the Bar specializes in cocktails. You can choose from a wide range, with or without alcohol, like margaritas, mojitos, pina coladas, cosmopolitans, blue lagoons, daiquiris, bloody Marys and raspberry sunrises.
This place comes complete with a concept of super coffee combined with the classic pub, where you can enjoy everything from a good breakfast in the morning, afternoon coffee accompanied by a home made dessert and end up with the tops of the night. I stayed for a weekend without ever having left this place. The guys are great and super-competent. I salute them and wish them the best of luck with this great place.
In the town of Aracena, Huelva Province, you will find the culturally and architecturally rich Church of Our Lady of the Assumption. Although it is unfinished, the building style is characteristic of the Renaissance period of the late fifteenth century.
The current visitor center Cabildo Viejo, in the town of Aracena, Huelva Province, formerly served as the Town Hall as well as the Municipal Granary. Its construction dates back to the sixteenth century and is attributed to Hernan Ruiz nicknamed the Young.