Fuente del Conde
The Village of La Fuente del Conde, located to the south of the municipality of Iznájar, at the foot of the Sierra de Campoagro, is also popularly known as “La Alcubilla”.
Its name is due to the Count of la Revilla, who lived in the village and who owned a fountain with four abundant water pipes, as well as most of the southern lands of Iznájar.
Crowning the village is a magnificent viewpoint, the “Cruz de Magán”, with a small hermitage whose origin is related to an old Iberian sanctuary that was located in that same place.
Tracing the hill there are numerous caves that were inhabited during the Neolithic and in later times. There is also evidence of Agar, Iberian and Roman settlements. Numerous archaeological remains have been found in the vicinity that would confirm this, such as “falcatas”, arrowheads, spears, regatons and fragments of Iberian ceramics.
Among the most interesting architectural elements in Fuente del Conde are its church, a modern construction begun around 1985 and completed in May 1994, its public washing places and fountains, such as the “Fuente de Magán”, the “Fuente de la Alamea” or the “Fuente de la Alamea”. the Alcubilla “. There are also some holm oaks that, due to their size, shape and age, are considered unique trees of the municipality.