Aguilar de la Frontera – Cordoba

Aguilar de la Frontera in Cordoba is one of the province’s most important towns. Located atop a low hill, its white houses and the remains of its castle. The stately homes and its wealth of history all spill out into the surrounding countryside.

Local information

Ayuntamiento de Aguilar de la Frontera
Plaza de San Jose 1, 14920 Aguilar de la Frontera (Cordoba)
Telephone: 957-660-000

Health Clinic Bars, shops, restaurants Schools Municipal pool Beach
1h 09 min
Golf nearby Malaga 112km Granada 132km Seville 131km Bus and train
Malaga airport
Granada airport
Seville airport


Main information

The village of Aguilar de la Frontera in Cordoba is located in the south of the province, in the La Campina region. Its gently undulating terrain is devoted to agriculture, in particular olive groves. But also cereals and a few vineyards. Zonar and Rincon Lagoons Nature Reserve stands within its municipal boundaries. These lagoons are places of immense beauty surrounded by agricultural land and inhabited by a number of aquatic birds, the most notable of which is the Oxyura Leucocephala duck.

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Remains have been found and preserved from the Neolithic to the High Middle Ages, most of which, where Neolithic settlement sat the hillside of Cerro del Castillo. The Romans baptized the settlement with the name of Ipagro.

There are some magnificent mansions in the town of Aguilar de la Frontera in Cordoba; some of the most impressive are situated in Calle Morelejo and Calle Carrera. The facades feature large wooden doors decorated with elaborate wrought-iron carvings. A number of buildings bear witness to its rich and glorious past, but the highlights are the Clock Tower and the splendid octagonal San Jose Square.

Museo Bodegas Toro Albala

The Museum explains the importance of history in the culture of wine, where valuable pieces have been collected for the museum. There are two rooms, one dedicated to Art and Ethnography, and another, to Archaeology.

Reserva Natural Laguna del Rincon is a lagoon  part of a large wetland complex. It is protected for their importance in the wintering and nesting of waterfowl. This small lagoon has become famous for the recovery of Malvasian ducks, when there were only less than 50 pairs in all of Europe. The lagoon has a good density of waterfowl throughout the year


  • 6 – 10th of August – Summer Feria
  • 16th of August – Fiesta de San Roque
  • 8th of September – Fiesta de la Virgen del Soterrano
  • 29th of September – Feria de San Miguel

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