Ubrique is an enchanting white town whose history is
hidden under the blanket of the mountains. It has a
rich past that reflects its heritage:
Narrow streets with a medieval layout,
Fountains and large houses,
and the many churches of Jesus,
San Juan de Letrán,
Our Lady of the O,
the Baroque Convent of Capuchinos, etc.
A tour to the upper section of Ubrique from the Convent
of Capuchinos to the Plaza Colón will please
us details and beautiful corners, such as the Fuente
de los Nueve Caños, an old laundry area for the
neighbourhood, the Iglesia de San Antonio (San Antonio's
Church) which has been a landmark of Ubrique since the
16th century, and the impressive Peñón
de la Becerra.
From the Capuchinos' Convent, we start a tour immersed
in history through the most representative monuments
of Ubrique: the Town Hall (Ayuntamiento), the Church
of Our Lady of the O (Iglesia de Nuestra Señora
de la O), and - in the upper section of the town - we
find streets where one can breathe the true Moorish
air. The itinerary ends at the Plaza de Colón.