and Wine

Campiña Sur Cordobesa


South of province of Cordoba, we find the region Campiña Sur

It is located at the geographical heart of Andalusia whose green undulating landscape remind the Italian Tuscany.

Campiña Sur is constituted by twelve towns, being all of them white villages surrounded by vines and olive trees. They show the popular architecture of the region, keeping among their lands, not only landscape, but also history and wine.

Their History is one of the identity seals of the Southern Fields so that the traces left by different civilizations have been kept throughout time.

The vine grown in this region produces exclusive and high quality wines, made with love and traditional savoir faire.


Endless options

This region opens its doors to be discovered: castles, palaces, archeological sites, natural areas, handcraft, traditions and tasty gastronomy are waiting for visitors.

Aroma and flavor


The gastronomy of Campiña Sur unifies delicacy and variety.

Without a doubt, the Domination of Origin (DO) Montilla-Moriles is the gastronomic icon of the region as well as a touristic reference. To this, we need to add the valuable savoir-faire of reaching an own identity ready to please our visitants’ palate.

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Natural wealth


Huerta de Dios spot (Montalbán de Córdoba)

Huerta de Dios spot (Montalbán de Córdoba)

This setting, also known as Huerta del Pilar[Pool’s garden] because of the existence of an old pool, is interesting
Mountain Ranges (Puente Genil)

Mountain Ranges (Puente Genil)

Puente Genil has three small mountain ranges: Castillo Mountains, Gorda Mountains and Niño Mountains. They are made
Tiscar Lagoon (Puente Genil)

Tiscar Lagoon (Puente Genil)

Area identified as Natural Reserve in 1984 by the Regional Environment Office. It takes part of the Wetland Areas ...


Our heritage

Our Lady of Carmen’s Church (Aguilar de la Frontera)

Our Lady of Carmen’s Church (Aguilar de la Frontera)

From the old Carmelite Convent founded in 1590, only the temple, converted to church in 1890, has been kept. The ...
Saint John de Avila’s house

Saint John de Avila’s house

Town: Montilla The master Saint John de Ávila lived in this house his last 17 years, he died here in 1569. When he
Montilla Castle

Montilla Castle

The castle, on the top of a hill, dominates the village. It was a great medieval fortress for the Lords of Aguilar,

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