Almedinilla – Cordoba

Almedinilla in Cordoba is a small town located in the southeast of the province at 110 km from the capital. Almedinilla in Cordoba has one of the most unique elements is the way locals keep the flies and heat out of their homes. Traditional houses across Andalucia usually have plain metal or cloth curtains hung over the doors, however, in this town, you will see colourful curtains featuring interesting handmade decorations and hunting scenes.

Local information

Ayuntamiento de Almedinilla
Plaza de la Constitucion, 1 Almedinilla (Cordoba)
Telephone: 957-703-085
http://www.almedinilla.es/

Residents
2536
Health Clinic Bars, shops, restaurants Schools Municipal pool Beach
1h 45 min
Golf nearby Malaga 143km Granada 68km Seville 206km Bus and train
services
Malaga airport
143Km
Granada airport
68Km
Seville airport
206Km

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Main information

Almedinilla in Cordoba is located in the center of Andalucia, between the neighboring towns of Priego de Cordoba and Alcala la Real. Right at the vertex where the provinces of Cordoba, Jaen and Granada meet.

Since it is a characteristic and natural environment where the green of the olive grove mixes with the traditional Mediterranean forest, highlighting the white of the houses and the freshness of the waters of the Caicena River that Maintains a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere on the hottest days.

The town Almedinilla in Cordoba is known for the quality of virgin olive oil and by the archaeological settlement of a Roman villa and an Iberian settlement on the Hill of the Cross. Almedinilla is placed to the south of the province of Cordoba, near the borders with Granada and Jaen.

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The current population of Almedinilla in Cordoba emerged from that of Priego de Cordoba at the end of the seventeenth century, and under the influence of policy which favoured the colonization of the Senorios and communal lands.

Almedinilla in Cordoba is the last town of the Province to the South and belongs to the of Municipalities of the ‘Sub Andalusian Cordobesa’. The olive trees and Albayate’s Saw, declared Highland Complex of Environmental Interest, shape the landscape.

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