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Arcos de la Frontera

Listed under Villages in Castilla La Mancha, Spain.

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An obvious Pueblo Blanco (White Village), you can’t miss Arcos de la Frontera, resting as it does on a dramatic cliff overlooking the Guadalete River. The town is divided into a new town and an old town, famous for architecture dating back to Neolithic times as more recent periods. The 11th century Castillo de los Arcos is the most well-known monument in town, but several churches and palaces are also worth visiting.

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Written by  Sarah Clise.

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