Found on the Carrera de las Monjas, it is a typical Andalusian-style house, with a large patio with porticos and modern decoration. It is a living reminder of the painter Adolfo Lozano Sidro, who became one of the most appreciated illustrators of the first third of the 20th century. He worked for the magazine Blanco y Negro and the newspaper, ABC. He is renowned for his illustrations in the book Pepita Jiménez by Juan Valera. The Landscape art museum is also housed here, which emerged as a suggestion during the Landscape painting competition that has taken place since 1988. Its objective is to present the artistic trends associated with this recent practice. The third museum found within the house is the municipal history museum, which displays items from the Paleolithic until the Middle Ages extracted from various archaeological sites throughout the local area.
Adolfo Lozano and Sidro palace-museum and Modern Spanish Landscape Art museum