Of the Most beautiful villages in Spain today we will visit Alcalá del Júcar. Yes, a small town in the province of Albacete that stands on a mighty rock. It stands out for its great historical heritage as Ermita de San Lorenzo, Cueva del Diablo and Plaza de Toros. But above all, for its imposing castle, a fortress of Islamic origin that has become one of its main attractions.
Alcalá del Júcar has just over 1000 inhabitants. And during weekends or holidays, the arrival of tourists outnumbers the residents themselves. Despite being an extremely small town, it is an essential destination in the autonomous community of Castilla La Mancha. Its people, traditions, customs and gastronomy are very appealing.