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The weather in Cazorla
Above are the weather conditions for Cazorla. July is the warmest month in Cazorla with average maximum temperatures of 36°. However, temperatures can go lower than 0° in Cazorla in December. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Stargaze or visit castles with Cazorla holiday homes
Patient olive trees and hazy mountains are the backdrop for your holiday home in Cazorla, Spain. Besides its fragrant olive oil, the town is known for its myriad ancient sites and atmospheric streets, filled with castles, palaces and verdant rolling hills.
Ancient city sights
The Old Town of Cazorla has been designated Property of Cultural Interest. Grand houses and traditional dwellings proliferate, along with monuments and even a castle. Yedra Castle is known as the 'castle of the four corners', and houses the Guadalquivir Popular Arts and Traditions Museum.
Don't miss the former Padres Mercedarios Convent, now the town hall, which dates back to the 16th century. You can also see two palaces in Cazorla. Las Cadenas and La Vicaria are filled with intriguing artefacts and curios, while the churches of San Jose, San Francisco and El Carmen all boast their own unique auras.
Stargaze at Spain's UNESCO nature reserve
Segura y Las Villas Nature Reserve is a UNESCO protected biosphere reserve. The reserve stretches for more than 200,000 hectares through Spain's pine forests and craggy cliffs. Come after sunset for special stargazing sessions amid some of Spain's most pristine nature.
The lack of light pollution allows you to gaze at galaxies far, far away. Stargazing events also include astronomy talks and workshops on constellations and navigating by the stars.
Why not go mountain biking through the Cazorla region? Explore the Parque Natural Sierra de Cazorla and Segura along idyllic trails that wind through the endless Spanish countryside.
Celebrate at Cazorla Blues Festival
Cazorla's July Blues Festival draws thousands with the largest line-up of blues acts in all of Spain. The stages are situated across the city and host performances by leading Spanish artists as well as performers all the way from New Orleans. The festival encourages new talent too, with local and international up-and-coming bands entertaining thousands of visitors from all over Europe.
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