From the Andalusí period, Cabra conserves its city WALLS and also the CASTILLO DE LOS CONDES DE CABRA (Castle of the Counts of Cabra), complete with its original Homage Tower.

Cabra possesses some of the most fascinating examples of Baroque architecture to be found anywhere in the province of Cordoba, including the PARISH CHURCH OF LA ASUNCIÓN Y ÁNGELES, known as the “Baroque mosque”, the CHURCHES OF SAN JUAN DE DIOS, LAS ESCOLAPIAS, SAN JUAN BAUTISTA AND LAS ANGUSTIAS, THE CONVENT OF SANTO DOMINGO and the PARISH CHURCH OF LOS REMEDIOS.

Other places worth visiting are the MUSEO DE HISTORIA NATURAL (Natural History Museum). There are also many PARKS AND NATURE SITES.

Cabra stands out for its groves and remarkable landscapes, a perfect union between water and vegetation such as the FUENTE DEL RÍO (RIVER FOUNTAIN) -Declared Place of Natural Interest-, the FUENTE DE LAS PIEDRAS (STONE FOUNTAIN) or the PASEO “ALCÁNTARA ROMERO”, one of the province of Cordoba’s botanical jewels and declared a Unique Garden. The SANTUARIO DE MARÍA SANTÍSIMA DE LA SIERRA (SANCTUARY OF OUR LADY OF THE MOUNTAINS), located on the top of Picacho, has been declared a ‘Place of Natural Interest’ thanks to its geological, geographical and scenic value.

THE LA VILLA NEIGHBOURHOOD is the town’s oldest, with the EL CERRO NEIGHBOURHOOD, being the most picturesque, with whitewashed streets and balconies full of flowers.