All you can do in Castellar de la Frontera

Castellar de la Frontera is elevated on a rocky promontory with its emblematic castle dominating the entire Bay and the Rock of Gibraltar. This town is considered the green area of the region, since it benefits from the extensive Los Alcornocales Natural Park. Therefore, it offers abundant nature and great beauty.

This town belongs to the Ruta del Toro. This route goes through the native farms allowing visitors to learn about the cattle tradition and see how brave bulls and retinto cows live.

You can visit several historical points, such as the Santísimo Cristo Almoraima Sanctuary, a church that stands out for its modern architecture. The Roman Road of Castellar is a cobbled road that runs from La Jarana to the Old Town and reaches the castle walls. Discover Plaza Andalucía, an old square that is located in the heart of the town.

Another famous attraction is the Castellar Zoo. It allows you to know a great variety of exotic animals that live in spaces similar to their natural habitats.

The location of Castellar de la Frontera allows visitors to enjoy both cultural tourism and active tourism. You can practise all kinds of sports and outdoor activities in a unique natural environment.

Castellar is an ideal place for any visitor travelling alone or with the whole family. Come and live new experiences, relax and get to know the Cádiz culture.

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Route of the Bull (Ruta del Toro)

Route of the Bull (Ruta del Toro)

The Route of the Bull (Ruta del Toro) is a tourist itinerary in the province of Cadiz that runs through those cattle areas where brave bulls and the native retinto breed are raised. These are highly...
The Route of the Bull (Ruta del Toro) is a tourist itinerary in the province of Cadiz that runs through those...
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Route of the Bull (Ruta del Toro)


Jerez de la Frontera, España
The Route of the Bull (Ruta del Toro) is a tourist itinerary in the province of Cadiz that runs through those cattle areas where brave bulls and the native retinto breed are raised. These are highly regarded, gastronomically speaking. Of enormous natural and cultural value, this animal is observed in its natural habitat, the pasture....
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Roman Roads in Castellar

Roman Roads in Castellar

The Roman Roads in Castellar (Calzada Romana) is a paved road of 4,7 kilometres. It runs from “La Jarandilla” area, at the beginning of the road leading to the old town, to the castle...
The Roman Roads in Castellar (Calzada Romana) is a paved road of 4,7 kilometres. It runs from “La...
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Roman Roads in Castellar


Castellar de la Frontera, España
The Roman Roads in Castellar (Calzada Romana) is a paved road of 4,7 kilometres. It runs from “La Jarandilla” area, at the beginning of the road leading to the old town, to the castle walls. Of unknown origin, it could have served as a road to access the Roman settlement. This was located under the...
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