A city is continuously evolving and its buildings are a perfect proof of that. When going into the historic part of Linares, visitors will have the opportunity to contemplate magnificent noble palaces and religious temples.
One of the most notable consequences in the city, from the urban and patrimonial point of view of the mining golden age, was the industrial architecture. Few streets lack today the presence of this style. Walking through any of its streets is like looking at a showcase dominated by façades dated from the 19th century. The red brick, the glazed tiles and the wrought iron are a perfect combination of some of the most emblematic buildings of Linares.
Ask for your audio guide at El Pósito tourist office and enjoy this route from an original point of view and accompanied by Andrés Segovia or the Marquis of Linares, José de Murga.
This natural monument is located on the road that connects Linares to Vilches. This series of waterfalls among high and intricate rock formations makes up a place of extraordinary natural value. The Roman bridge could have been part of the early Via Augusta, which connected the region of Oretani with the Spanish east coast. On that area there are also remains of such Roman road.