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SIERRA DE ARACELI 2 Stars

  CRTR EL SANTUARIO KM4 100 LUCENA, , 14900

Our farm is surrounded by an ocean of olive trees and located in the geographical center of Andalusia. Nearby you can find spectacularly beautiful viewpoints, wetlands or the Natural Park of Sierra... Read more

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SANTO DOMINGO 4 Stars

  JUAN JIMENEZ CUENCA, 16, LUCENA

Charming hotel of Andalusian style in Lucena. The Santo Domingo Hotel is a pleasant establishment perfect to spend your time in Lucena, monumental city of the province of Cordoba. Read more

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HUSA SANTO DOMINGO 4 Stars

  CALLE AGUA NO.12, 14900 LUCENA CORDOBA

Bar-Cafeteria, lounge, reading area. Read more

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PRESTIGE LUCENA 4 Stars

  PARQUE EMPRESARIAL PRINCIPE FELIPE, PARCELA MT-1 14900

This hotel is a great alternative to Cordoba. Lucena is located right in the heart of Andalusia. Read more

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MARIA LUISA 3 Stars

  Ctra. Lucena-Loja, Km.22, 14960 Rute

The Hotel is located in the historical town of Rute, known for its production of local aniseed liqueurs as well as the chocolate and typical sweets consumed in Spain at Christmas time. Read more

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AN SANTO DOMINGO 4 Stars

  Juan Jimenez Cuenca, 16 - Lucena - 14900

This 4 star hotel is located in the city centre of Lucena. All 30 rooms are equipped with minibar, hairdryer, safe and air conditioning. Read more

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CIUDAD DE LUCENA 4 Stars

  Pk Empresarial Principe Felipe - C/ Pontevedra 1, Lucena - 14900

This 4 star hotel is located in the suburbs of Lucena. Read more

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Discover Lucena

Lucena is a town in southern Spain, in the province of Córdoba, 70 km southeast of Córdoba, 95 km north of Málaga, 150 km east of Seville, 110 km west of Granada, and 100 km southwest of Jaén. Lucena is situated on the Lucena, a minor tributary of the Genil. The parish church dates from the ending of the 15th century. The chief industries are the manufacture of furniture, brandy, bronze lamps and pottery, especially the large earthenware jars (tinajas) used in the past throughout Spain for the storage of oil and wine, some of which hold more than 300 gallons. There is not manufacture of matches any more. There is considerable trade in agricultural produce. The horse fair in September was famous throughout Andalusia,but since the last decades of the 20th century there is only a funfair like in most towns in Andalousia. Lucena was taken from the Moors early in the 14th century; it was in the attempt to recapture it that King Boabdil of Granada was taken prisoner in 1483. Our Lady of Araceli is an image brought from Rome in the 16th century and is the patron of Lucena, canonically crowned in 1948.

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