The entire town of Antillón is a network of typical streets and squares of ethnographic value and popular culture. It used to be a Moslem then a Christian fortress and there are still walls, towers and entrance, as well as its narrow, winding, steep streets. It has a parish church, XVI century walls, several hermitages, an Arab public oven that has been restored, to bake bread in the square, an old oil factory also restored, the old fountain...

 

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