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Cazzala De La Sierra

Author : Brian Petit

This is a town to be found in the Andalucía province in northern Spain. It is seemingly the regional capital and takes pride in a cornucopia of tour amenities. The town's origin can be traced back to the Roman rule when it was originally known as Callentum. After conquest by Moorish loyalists, the name once again changed into Kazalla which meant 'the fortified city'.

The major point of interest is to the south of the town and is none other than main convent of Nuestra Señora de la Consolación. Its construction works began in the late years of the 14th century and was seen through in the 18th century. This church exhibits match mixing of architectural aspects of the Andalucian building culture.

While touring Cazzala De La Sierra, you can take a leisurely stroll to the Ermita del Monte. This is also a convent found on a wooded tor towering the calm pristine waters of the Huesna River. The church can be chronicled to the 18th century.

A number of bars are available around the heart of this town which as well hosts numerous restaurants. Some of them include the Bar Gonzalo and the Calle Caridad 3 respectively. Both dish up delicious meals at an affordable price.

Also cited in the town centre to offer you the ultimate relaxation experience is the central La Plazuela casino which also doles out a variety of drinks. It puts forward peace and quiet and is relatively comfy compared to the bars available in the region. The residents here are required to forfeit a small membership fee every month which comes with reduced prices for any drinks you purchase. Most the bars in the Cazzala de La Sierra are accessible free of charge as you are not required to pay entrance fee.

The Cazzala de La Sierra region is on with public transport facilities. There are a number of shuttle services that traverse the expansive lands to Seville on a daily basis. Further east is the Estación de Cazalla Constantina, a railway station where up to four trains stop over each day enroute to El Pedroso, Extremadura, Sevilla and Zafra in northern Spain.

The Palacio de San Benito is a lavish hotel facility that couples seeking romantic getaway packages in northern Spain ought to pay a courtesy call. The amorous hotel which featured as one of the elegant palaces in the ancient Andalucia province offers scenic vista of the vast countryside. The quarters are embellished arty Spanish antiques but still retain some of the inventive artefacts of the old days. The hotel puts forward some of the finest dishes on an impressive scenery making the dining experience here last a lifetime in your memory.

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