In the Plaza de la Mancha, are located the most of its numerous, like the two magnificent facades of its town hall . Also you can delight watching the Archpriest Church of Santa Maria del Salvador full of Gothic elements, the interesting Ceramic’s Museum (a large sample of the provincial pottery). Its fascinating castle, protected by a crenelated wall and thirteen towers, and the imposing entrance with a drawbridge. Occupying the bottom of a building with two floors dedicated to housing , we find the Arab baths. The first female institute of Chinchilla was born between the walls of the Convent of Santo Domingo, also known as Church of San Juan Bautista. Another recommended visit is the Convento de Santa Ana, founded on an ancient mosque, there we can find paintings of the eighteenth century. Historic Ensemble declared of turist interest.
Transiting between Gothic and the renaissance, we stumbled upon the Church of Sta. Mary of the Assumption, hosting in its interesting interior works as a processional cross of the sixteenth century or a canvas in the contemplation of the body of San Franciso. Among other attractions, can stop to admire the remains of the ancient wall of Jorquera, Almohad construction of XII century. Converted today into an exhibition center, we can find the fascinating White Tower. It was built to keep captive a lady, Dona Blanca, during her kidnapping, and, in turn, this towe was one which defended the entrance to the village.Finally we can visit Ermita de Nuestra Señora de Cubas, patron saint of Jorquera.
The most important edifications are the Castle, formed by a pentagonal tower and two circular towers. The Parish church, with a single nave with Latin cross form. The Roman Bridge, was a very important intersection in the Camino Real de Castilla to Levante, whose importance made it become a custom step.
Across the river, on the mountainside, you will see one of the most unusual Bullring.
Take a breath for admire the Ermita de San Lorenzo and it’s magnificent Stone altarpiece restored piece by piece.
The caves are also one of the biggest attractions in the area, getting thousands of visitors and curious. The most important is the Garadén cave, it was conquered by Isabel La Católica.
You can continue walking along the hillside, whose peculiar situation allows most of the houses are carved into the mountain.
Three of the most famous caves that can be visited include Devil 's Cave, a very peculiar character and given to portray celebrities who passed through his cave , which can be corroborated contemplating the extensive photo gallery hanging from their walls. The other two remaining caves are the Masagó and Garadén.
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