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C/ Nunez de Prado, 11630 Arcos de la Frontera Spain
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Discover beautiful surroundings of Andalusia on a private full-day tour
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Discover beautiful surroundings of Andalusia on a private full-day tour

We have included the most beautiful places in the area on this tour - you shouldn't miss them! Ronda is for sure is the pearl of this area - located in the rocks it offers magnificent views! Zahara de la Sierra and Arcos de la Frontera are other amazing locations - a hidden in mountains White Hill Towns. On this tour, we offer you to explore it with our great guide.
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gary w wrote a review Dec 2019
1,270 contributions150 helpful votes
Liked the cool forecourt and artifacts on display, plus a photographic exhibition when I visited. A nice small garden too.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Ruth T wrote a review Jun 2017
Saskatoon, Canada63 contributions37 helpful votes
The traffic in the narrow streets of Arcos de la Frontera can be a bit disconcerting. Stepping into this beautiful building makes it seem very far away. The exhibits of photography and local history when I visited were very good.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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TravelNowSwUsa wrote a review May 2017
SW USA417 contributions135 helpful votes
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I was first attracted to this building as I heard laughter coming out. I peaked i and saw that there were older folks playing cards and dominoes and having a great time. I walked in and saw they had a bar (1 euro coffee and milk, 2 euros breakfast which is coffee and milk and a roll) and beyond that various art exhibits, room dedicated to the famous Spanish dancer Antonio, another room dedicated to writers and poets from the town along with old printing machinery, etc. Clean bathrooms, free entrance, nice garden. Be sure to go upstairs for more paintings of Arcos.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Yvonne N wrote a review Jul 2016
Washington DC, District of Columbia120 contributions22 helpful votes
We were guided to this beautiful building while we were exploring the area. It was breezy and cool and contained courtyards with fountains and greenery. There were local artist exhibits on display as well as history about famous locals. It was free and there was a cafe and restrooms.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Hugh699 wrote a review Apr 2016
Kent, United Kingdom60 contributions22 helpful votes
Little hard to find but is located opposite the Iglesia de San Pedro in Calle Nunez de Prado. Free of charge, the architecture of the 17th century palace makes a pretty setting for an extensive display of art and some sculpture,depicting spectacular local vistas and landmarks in many styles. Cultural and craft artefacts are also on display. On the ground floor you can wander into a cool Arab style patio to further appreciate the long history of this small but well proportioned casa-palacio which still displays the coat of arms of the Prado family, a branch of the founding family, This also helps explain the name preserved by the street where the Palacio still stands. All in all, a good way to soak up the special charm and quiet of Arcos, and the beauty captured in the many landscape paintings on display. And it's free!
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Date of experience: April 2016
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