Archidona is one of Andalusia’s characteristic white villages. Declared a Historical Artistic Complex, the locality showcases its legacy from prehistoric remains to its time as the province capital during the 8th-9th centuries. The Plaza Ochavada, built in 1786, is one of the most notable plazas of the Andalusian Baroque style and is one of the municipality’s emblems, along with the impressive Al-Andalus castle and its surrounding walls.

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