The Teatro Thuillier in Caravaca de la Cruz
The main theatre in Caravaca dates back to 1843 The Teatro Thuillier was first built as a “Patio de Comedias” on the site of the former hospital of the Brotherhood of San Juan de Dios in the centre of Caravaca de la Cruz..

The Church of El Salvador in Caravaca de la Cruz
The second most important place of worship in Caravaca The parish church of El Salvador in Caravaca de la Cruz (Parroquia de El Salvador) plays an important part in the Holy Jubilee celebrations which are held every seven..

The Plaza de San Juan de la Cruz in Caravaca de la Cruz
The square is named after the saint who founded the Convento del Carmen in Caravaca The Plaza de San Juan de la Cruz is right in the heart of the city of Caravaca, at the eastern end of the Paseo de la Glorieta, or Calle Corredera..

The Plaza del Arco in Caravaca de la Cruz
A historic plaza used during many events in Caravaca de la Cruz The Plaza del Arco is the centre of historic Caravaca de la Cruz and is accessed via a deep archway which incorporates rooms belonging to the Town Hall. This..

The Plaza de los Caballos del Vino in Caravaca de la Cruz
The wine horses of Caravaca gather here the evening before their race to the castle The Plaza de los Caballos del Vino is in the north-west of the old centre of Caravaca de la Cruz (click for map), and is dominated by a statue..

The former church of the Compañía de Jesús in Caravaca de la Cruz
Exhibition rooms at the Antigua Iglesia de la Compañía de Jesús The church and monastery of the Compañía de Jesús occupy a substantial plot on Calle Mayor in the centre of the city of Caravaca. Once an important..

Las Fuentes del Marqués and the Torreón de los Templarios in Caravaca de la Cruz
A wonderful natural neauty spot with an interpretation centre and water features in Caravaca Las Fuentes del Marqués is an attractive natural park area about 2km from the centre of Caravaca de la Cruz and is an ideal place..

The Glorieta or Calle Corredera, the main tree-lined avenue in Caravaca de la Cruz
The Glorieta, or Calle Corredera, runs from the Templete to the Convento del Carmen in Caravaca The Glorieta is the name commonly given to Calle Corredera, the wide tree-lined avenue which leads from the Templete to the Plaza..