What to See in Prado del Rey

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What to See in Prado del Rey
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Prado del Rey has many attractions to visit. This town lies in the middle of Sierra de Grazalema and near Alcornocales Natural Park, a privileged spot with amazing landscapes.

While visiting the village, you can pay a visit to Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Carmen, the most important religious building in Prado del Rey and with great architectural value.

You can also visit Cipo Funerario, the oldest monument in Padro del Rey. It’s a memorial stone with Roman and Etruscan elements.

To finish the cultural tour of the region, you should pay a visit to the Interpretation Centre in Sierra de Cádiz, where you’ll get to know the culture and history of this town.

Stroll through its beautiful streets and squares to get the most of your visit. One of the most characteristic hideouts of this town is Parque de los Animales, a park where you’ll enjoy many different activities in a natural environment of great beauty.

On ”TUDESTINO” we offer you all the information to explore Prado del Rey’s diversity and you get to know all Sierra de Cádiz’s hideouts.

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Parque de los Animales
Parque de los Animales is located in Prado del Rey (Province of Cadiz). It is a fun green area with an interesting range of activities for the whole family. It is ideal for walking or just relaxing on the lawn or in the shade of its large trees. You can share this spot with different domestic...

Church of Nuestra Señora del Carmen in Prado del Rey
The Church of Nuestra Señora del Carmen, in Prado del Rey, is a late 18th-century Neoclassical temple. We must highlight its curious domed structure and some very valuable pieces inside. Fox example, the altarpiece from the Church of la Encarnación, in Arcos de la Frontera, or some works of Passionist...

Los Alcornocales
With 170,000 hectares, Los Alcornocales Natural Park is crowned as the best preserved nature treasure in the province of Cádiz. Its enormous extension covers 16 municipalities of Cadiz; such as Arcos de la Frontera, Tarifa, Medina Sidonia, Ubrique, Los Barrios, Jimena de la Frontera and Jerez de la Frontera. Its name refers to the park’s...

Sierra de Cadiz Ethnographic Interpretive Centre
The Sierra de Cadiz Ethnographic Interpretive Centre (Centro de Interpretación Etnográfico Sierra de Cádiz) is an interesting exhibition area located in Prado del Rey. It allows you to get to know the culture, customs and traditions of the villages of the Sierra de Cádiz. It is organised into different thematic blocks. Iptuci Historic Site, Archaeological...

The Funerary Cippus of Prado del Rey (Province of Cadiz) is a piece of great archaeological value from the 2nd century AD. This element usually consists of a pilaster, a pedestal or a piece of column that was placed in the tombs to honour the deceased. In this case, it is dedicated to Fabia Fabiana,...

Sierra de Grazalema
The Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, which has been declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, is one of the places with the greatest ecological value in Andalusia. This natural park, which records the highest rainfall rates in Spain, presents an indigenous fauna and flora of incalculable wealth. Its caves and gorges will delight lovers of...

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