The best of Culture in Ubrique

Guide to the cultural events and entertainment in Ubrique, Province of Cádiz. Cultural tours, tourist guides, shows. Explore the best of culture in Ubrique.

The best of Culture in Ubrique
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The best of culture in Ubrique

Ubrique is a beautiful white inland town of the Province of Cádiz that is a must-see for all culture lovers. This town is an ideal place for you to discover the different cultural elements that can be found here and learn all about them.

Ubrique boasts a wealth of items of great cultural value. Several churches, religious imagery and sculptures, museums, music, cuisine and history. An enriching experience for all!

All this will undoubtly make you enjoy your visit to the town of Ubrique, especially if you are a culture lover. The history of Ubrique is stricly related to its culture. The influence of different peoples going through the region during its long history has left its mark.

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

Ubrique is not only renowned for its beautiful architecture, but also for the less “tangible” culture. For example, flamenco. If you visit Ubrique you should attend a live flamenco show. Surely, it won’t leave you indifferent!

So if you are a real culture aficionado, Ubrique is an ideal town to spend unforgettable holidays. Check TUDESTINO to find out more!

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Convento de Capuchinos
The Convento de Capuchinos (“Capuchin Convent”) keeps crafts, history and legends of Ubrique (province of Cadiz) among its walls. It is next to the old tanneries where leather was tanned and with stunning views of the old town. The Capuchin Convent is a 17th-century building. The area dedicated to the cloister and cells of the...

Ocuri Archaeological Site
The Ocuri Archaeological Site, in Ubrique, reflects the importance of this Roman village. This is so because it is strategically located on top of the so called Salto de la Mora. There are many ruins that have been preserved to are day and age. The most important ones are the “columbrado” (Mausoleum), the Cyclopean walls,...

Interpretive Centre of the History of Ubrique
The Interpretive Centre of the History of Ubrique (Centro de Interpretación de la Historia de Ubrique) is located in the San Juan de Letrán Hermitage. It dates back from the 17th century and with a curious octagonal plant. Go inside the history of Ubrique from Prehistory to the Second Republic without forgetting tradition and crafts....

Ermita de San Antonio
From the Nasrid period (XIV-XV century), the Ermita de San Antonio (Hermitage of San Antonio) welcomes us as soon as we arrive in Ubrique (Spain). Surrounded by narrow white streets, its large clock marks the hours for all locals. A few metres away from the Peñón de la Becerra, it offers one of the best...

Ermita del Calvario
Ermita del Calvario is a chapel founded by Fray Buenaventura in 1700. It is small and simple, but it shines high above Ubrique (Spain). It is easily accessible, and even if you have to climb up hundred steps, the beautiful views are worth it. As we climb, we go through the different stations of the...

Ermita de San Pedro
The Ermita de San Pedro (“Hermitage of San Pedro”) is located in the old Plaza del Perdón in front of the Parish of Ubrique. It is next to the Town Hall Square. It was built by Miguel de Olivares in 1801. A strong epidemic that ravaged the province at that time, together with a precarious...

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