The best of Culture in San Jose del Valle

The best of Culture in San Jose del Valle
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Guide to the cultural events and entertainment in San José del Valle, Province of Cádiz. Cultural tours, tourist guides, shows. Explore the best of culture in San José del Valle.

The best of culture in San José del Valle

San José del Valle is a white inland town in the Province of Cádiz. There are some interesting things to see here. Keep on reading!

San José del Valle boasts a wealth of items of great cultural value: churches, archaeological sites, cuisine and history. An enriching experience for all!

All this will undoubtly make you enjoy your visit to San José del Valle, especially if you are a culture lover. The history of San José del Valle is stricly related to its culture, as the influence of different peoples going through the region during its long history has left its mark on the great majority of towns of the province.

What is more, the local cuisine is undoubtedly part of its culture. When you visit the Province of Cadiz, trying the typical local food is something that you must do.

San José del Valle is also renowned for the less “tangible” culture: for example, flamenco. Once in San José del Valle you should definitely attend its Flamenco Festival. It won’t leave you indifferent!

So if you are a real culture aficionado, San José del Valle is waiting for you. Don’t hesitate to check out our website TUDESTINO to find all useful info about San José del Valle!

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Castle and Thermal Baths of Gigonza
The Castle and Baths of Gigonza (“Castillo y Baños de Gigonza”), in San José del Valle, is a fortress of Muslim origin built on Roman ruins. Next to it, you can find the remains of the old thermal baths of sulphurous waters. These enjoyed great popularity during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It is...

Remains of Tempul Fortress and Spring (Tempul Spring)
The Tempul Fortress (Fortaleza de Tempul), in Algar (Province of Cadiz, Andalusia), is an ancient defensive structure from which the ruins are preserved. It was built on a military building of Roman origin with a defensive character. The Spring (Nacimiento del Agua), in San José del Valle, supplied water to important towns such as Cadiz...

Iglesia Vieja
The Iglesia Vieja (“Old Church”) in San José del Valle, from the 17th century, was part of the old Convent of the Carmelites. The building, which has undergone an extensive restoration, has become a Cultural...

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