Adamuz is a town located in the northeast of the province of Cordoba, in the natural region known as the Sierra Morena in Andalusia. The city of Cordoba is 32 kilometres distance from Adamuz.
The town is situated in beautiful natural surroundings, and is a wonderful destination for rural tourists and those looking to get back to
nature on their holiday.
The town is rural Andalusian, but provides all of the amenities one needs for a holiday retreat, including shops, supermarket, bars, restaurants
and a bus system, which serves the local region and Cordoba city.
The town hall of Adamuz organise lots of rambling and hiking and route, you can find more information at the town, or on the Adamuz website (Spanish only).
Adamuz is situated in the beautiful and diverse landscape of the Sierra Morena, and close to the Guadalquivir River. There are two natural parks in
Sierra Morena, and the area is a designated Biosphere Reserve.
The Festival of Candelaria is celebrated on the 1st February and is a very significant day for the residents of Adamuz. During the evening
rosemary is burnt and neighbours cook and share dinner. In April they celebrate the Feria de la Virgen del Sol, with some spectacular bonfires and fireworks and musical performances.
During August Adamuz celebrates both La Noche Adamucena on the 14th August and the Fiesta de la Virgin del Sol on the 15th and 16th August.
There are a number of bars, cafes and restaurants in Adamuz, where you can enjoy traditional Andalusian cuisine and tapas.
The climate of Adamuz is that of a typical Andalusian inland town. During the summer months the towns gets hot, into late 30, early 40 degree temperatures. The spring and autumn is
generally mild, and the winters do get slightly colder, than the protected Costa del Sol and Malaga region.