La Casa De Bovedas

CALLE BOVEDAS,9, ARCOS DE LA FRONTERA, 11630, ES
La Casa de Bovedas
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Travel Tips for Arcos de la Frontera

Drinking!

by bugalugs

I suppose you can call stopping to have a glass of wine a local custom :-)
We ventured into a bar which was in fact right behind the Jesuit House (Market) and also the Mayorazgo Palace. I think it was called the San Miguel (perhaps someone can tell me), there were tables inside but a lovely big courtyard where you could sit and enjoy the winter afternoon sun. It actually got quite full while we were there and mostly with women!
Very cheap also, a glass of coke and a glass of wine cost only 2 euros!

Palace of Count of Aguila

by bugalugs

This ancestral home of the nobility was built in the 15th century. Over the door is the coat of arms.
You imagine a Palace to stand alone in its own grounds but as you can see from the second photograph it is squeezed inbetween other building in the street.

Jardin Andalusi

by bugalugs

We didnt actually go in these gardens, didnt really have the time, but passed by and you could see a little bit of them. They are situated next to the Mayaorazgo Palace.
It is an andalucia water garden.
Winter opening 10-2pm 5-8pm Monday - Friday
10-2pm Saturday and Sunday
Summer 10-2pm 8-11pm Monday - Friday
10-2pm Saturday and Sunday

Andalucian White Hill Town

by kcrismier

We visited Arcos in June 2005... What a stunning hill town in a stunning location. Arcos is the quintissential Andalucian white washed pueblo blanco, with its narrow cobbled streets, white washed buildings, geranium-filled flower pots, and breathtaking paradores.

We only spent half a day wandering through the old town before catching a bus southward, but it was certainly enough to get a good feel of the town. Although I'm sure it would be lovely to stay the night and spend a bit of money on a good view to wake up to!

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