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The striking town of Cazorla, located on the western slope of the Sierra de Cazorla near Jaén is well known for its backdrop of the Yedra Castle. Cazorla is best known for the natural beauty of the forests and river gorges that are protected within the Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas Natural Park. Built around three town squares, it is very popular with tourists who flock to Cazorla hotels annually to enjoy the Blues Festival and olive festivals for which it is famous. Despite being a small town, several 3 and 4 star hotels are available and you can find reviews of these on Venere.com. Each hotel is rated and reviewed by previous customers, making it easy to choose a room that suits your individual needs. Choosing a hotel with Venere.com means you can rest assured that it is a quality establishment.

What's Cazorla Like?

Known for its pristine natural beauty and beautiful views, a number of historic attractions and landmarks are also on offer in the city. While a walk or cycle in the natural park is an occasion to fall in love with this mountain city the backdrop of castle ruins and ancient structures in the city lend an air of mystery and romance to your visit. Two very famous castles, the Christian Cinco Esquinas and The Moor castle of Yedra offer some historic perspective on the area. The Herrerias bridge is centuries old and offers a great opportunity for a day trip. The Museum of Arts And Traditions Of The Upper Guadalquivir offers an eye-opening introduction to arts and culture of traditional people who once lived in riverine areas. This free trip also offers great views of the surrounding area.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Cazorla

Social etiquette in Cazorla is similar to that in most of Spain. Locals do prize punctuality, table manners, decent attire and respect for elders but are also friendly and social as well as happy to share their cultural knowledge and expertise. Food and wine are prized in Cazorla and while meals may occur late in the evening they are occasions for pleasant socializing. Locals in Cazorla are generally friendly and helpful. The restaurants are well known for excellent battered and fried seafood and since many people don't speak English, it is a good idea to learn to order it in Spanish. Bars can get crowded late in the evening so come early to get comfortable seating. Tipping is optional and usually about 5% to 10% at most Cazorla hotels. Discover more about the sights in Cazorla with Venere.