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Rolling plains of Cordoba © Michelle Chaplow
Rolling plains of Cordoba © Michelle Chaplow

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Alto Guadalquivir Córdoba City
Alto Guadalquivir offers a varied natural environment ideal for lovers of outdoor sports.
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Cordoba was founded by the Romans and due to its strategic importance as the highest navigable point of the Guadalquivir River, it became a port city of great importance.
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Central Guadalquivir Valley Los Pedroches Valley
The Río Guadalquivir flows slowly westwards towards Seville through the fertile heart of Cordoba province.
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The majority of these villages are small and sparsely populated who have fought to conserve their heritage and traditions.
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La Campiña Sierra Morena
South of Cordoba, the N331 threads its way through the undulating fields known as La Campiña, dominated by vineyards and vast olive groves.
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The Sierra Morena is an area of sparsely populated rolling hills that run across northern Andalucia.
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Sierras Subbéticas
Southeast of Aguilar, on the border of the dramatically rugged limestone peaks of the Sierras Subbéticas Natural Park.
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The countryside of Cordoba province is extremely varied, from rolling plains around Cordoba city, the Guadalquivir basin and south to Seville province, to forbidding mountain ranges with jagged peaks in the north and west. Dotted around the province are many pristine whitewashed villages with Baroque churches, Moorish castles and flower-festooned courtyards.

It´s a region famous for both its dry white wines, similar to sherry but fruitier and produced mainly from the Pedro Xímenez grape, and olive oil; vineyards and olive groves being a characteristic feature of the landscape, especially south of Cordoba.

Cordoba Province Map (c)newimage.es Subbetica
Map of Cordoba

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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