A great amount of leading andalusian artists met in Montilla during the Spanish Golden Age, embellishing the interior and the exterior of all religious and civil buildings with their masterpieces. Most of them remain and can be visited.
This tour also invite you to visit museums which report the history and art treasures of the city through its archeology, ethnography and fine arts.
It is one of most emblematic and historical corners of the city. It unifies art, history and gastronomy.
It is located at ‘Barrio de la Cruz’, the austerity at its exterior evoke Cistercian ideas, which go further than architectural simplicity and invite to silence and meditation.
It is one of the biggest convent churches of the city, it is the place of reference for Montilla’s Holy Week.
Montilla city council was erected in 19th century during the Romantic period in a neoclassical style, at the place where the Coventry of San Juan de Dios was located.
At its origins it was a manor built in the 19th century where the first safe water tanks were located, is for this reason that its named Casa del Agua (House of Water).
The church was part of San Juan de Dios hospital. It was built in the 18th century in a Neoclassical style.
It is the main church of the city and it has become the pantheon of some of the most illustrious characters of Montilla.
It recreates the atmosphere of a manor house of 16th century and its a demand of the figure of Inca Garcilaso de la Vega.
Plan your route
1h 30 following the indications drawn on the floor (check timetables)
It is possible to make individual or group guided tours (prior booking).
Tourism Office: +34 957 652 354 · +34 672 78 05 21
Regardless of age
Low-medium. Slopped streets
3,6 kilómetros aprox.
Restaurants: Carrasquilla, Bar Manolo, Taberna la Chiva, El Quijote, Luna Centro, Taberna Rincón del Conde, Gastrobodega los Arcos, Taberna Barriles, Taberna la Temporá, Taberna el Tentempié. Taberna el Soldorado, La Tata Antigua