WHAT TO VISIT IN AROCHE
Visit a town in the Huelva mountain range, with a thousand-year-old history.
AMAZING PLACES TO DISCOVER
Aroche is one of the towns with the most documented historical-archaeological heritage in the province, although you will also find kilometers of trails with incredible landscapes, highlighting the dehesa areas.
The Roman city of Arucci Turobriga, next to the medieval hermitage of San Mamés, in the Llanos de la Belleza, just three kilometers from the municipality, are two places that you should not miss, they are unique and will surprise you with their history and their landscape.
Any time is good to stay at our hotel, but you can take advantage of moments such as the Pilgrimage of Aroche in honor of San Mamés, at the end of May, FEGAR, the Aroche Livestock and Agrifood Fair, in September, the Night of the Candles, the Roman days of Aroche in the month of July, in August the Fair of the municipality, or the Festival of Diana.
MAGICAL PLACES ARE WAITING FOR YOU
We recommend you to visit the Tourist Office, from where guided visits to the Almohad Castle, the Church of the Asunción and the Cilla Convent, which houses the Archaeological Museum, the Rosary Museum, unique in the world, and a room of information on the Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche Natural Park.
CONTACT DETAILS OF THE AROCHE TOURISM OFFICE
HERMITAGE OF SAN MAMÉS
Repopulation hermitage from the 13th century, enlarged and reformed in the 15th to 18th centuries.
DEL ROSARIO MUSEUM
Founded by Paulino Díaz Alcaide in the 60s of the last century. With more than 2,000 pieces, it is included in the Guinness Book of Records.
Opened in 1958 as the Archaeological Museum, with more than 100 archaeological sites
Built during the s. XII, in Almohad times, the castle would be the qasaba or alcazaba of the Andalusian population.
Nuestra Sra. de la Asunción
Church that was ordered to be built by the Catholic Monarchs in 1483. It has three naves and four sections, the last one being unfinished.
Natural area of Sierra Pelada
Located in the foothills of the Sierra Morena in Huelva, it extends over an area of approximately 12,200 hectares