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A melting pot for a myriad of civilisations which have left their mark upon it. Casares is the birthplace of the Father of Andalucia, Blas Infante. It’s curious little streets, intricate and sloping along with small houses which have been laid out so picturesquely, have earned Casares the name of “The Hanging Village”.

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Besides walking along the streets with their Moorish design, you should not miss the opportunity to visit the very well preserved Arab Castle.  In Roman times the village had it’s own mint as well as the unusual “Banos de la Hedionda” (Roman baths), the building of which—along with the rest of the village, according to tradition—was ordered by Julius Ceasar himself to show gratitude at being cured of a skin complaint from which he suffered after bathing in the sulphurous, alkaline waters found in this locality.


The local fair takes place in the first fortnight in August. The day of Casares’ patron saint, La Virgen del Rosario, is celebrated in the first week in September, and the Christo fair is staged in the middle of the same month. There is also a romeria (open air party) in the village, which is a pilgrimage in honour of their patron saint in the month of May. It is worth noting that the people in this village sing and dance to a strange song known as “casareno”.

The square, which was very important in times of resistance against occupation by the French, who never managed to take Casares, offers craftsmanship, especially pottery.

Delicious cuisine, such as the typical Casares soup or mountain-style rabbit cooked in various ways, but usually in an onion,thyme, rosemary and laurel sauce.  They have their own type of "gazpacho", which is a typical Spanish cold soup.  A winter favourite is soup made with bread and oil, porridge, potato stew and kid blackpudding.  They also produce their own white wines from the local vines.

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