Declared Historic-Artistic Ensemble in 1972 . It is the original urban center of the current Priego. Of clearly Medieval and Muslim inspiration , it is the brother of the most typical Andalusian neighborhoods, such as the Granada Albaicin or the Jewish quarter of Córdoba.
Its streets are winding, white and narrow, forming a perfect conjunction of harmony and beauty , of flowers, of peace and serenity, of lime and stone.
Although we invite the walker to get lost in their labyrinths and narrowness, we recommend a route that starting from the Plaza de Santa Ana, travel along Real Street until you reach the Placita de San Antonio, beautiful and secluded, continue along the Jazmines street, to cross the Calle Real again, go through the Bajondillo to the Adarve, balcony open to the landscape Andalusian that embraces and surrounds the Barrio de la Villa. Natural cut of considerable unevenness, has guaranteed the impregnability of Priego, for this place, throughout its history.
Priego de Córdoba (Córdoba)