Cabra is a Spanish municipality of the province of Córdoba, Andalusia. The town is located almost in the geographical center of Andalusia, at the foot of the Sierras Subbéticas (Subbaetic Range). It is an entrance point to the Parque Natural de las Sierras Subbeticas (Natural Park of the Subbaetic Range) and it stands out for its natural and geological value. The “Most Illustrious and Loyal City of Cabra” has been since ancient times a singular municipality, full of charming spots and tourist attractions. It has been influenced by the culture of Andalusia, especially its architecture, it has a rich gastronomy and many traditions that endure thanks to the commitment and dedication of its inhabitants.
For the last few decades Cabra has been right next to the north-south main axis of Córdobas’s municipalities: the A-240 regional road (nowadays the A-318 and A-339 among others). Cabra has a direct connection with the N-432 (Badajoz-Granada) national road through the A-318.
There is also a direct connection with the N-331 and the A-45 (Córdoba-Málaga) motorway through two possible regional roads:
- the A-318 to Lucena
- the A-342 to Monturque