Flavours of Spain

Lanjaron - Part 3


Buildings and alleyways


Lanjaron is a long linear settlement, straggling along the side of the mountain.

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The bypass running to the south of the town keeps most of the town traffic free. The main street is lined with plane trees, with limewashed trunks, to discourage insects.

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The tall brick bell tower of Iglesia de la Encarnacion dominates the buildings along Calle Real. In comparison, the tiny Ermita San Roque on the corner of Avida Andalucia is easy to miss.

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Plaza Santa Anna off Calle Real is very attractive with its whitewashed houses and flowers.

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Many of the houses have Christian shrines on the walls.

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The oldest part of the town is to the east of the Town Hall along Calle Hondillo. This is a narrow street lined with stone sets.

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Off it are a series of narrow alleyways and passages.

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One of the most attractive leads through Portal de los Torres to a small courtyard.

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