Baza is situated in the province of Granada, southern Spain, not far from the Gallego River.
Andalucia has many areas of natural beauty and the Sierra de Baza Natural Park has over 53 hectares of stunning flora and fauna. The higher ground is more barren and reaches over 2,000 metres above sea level.
Baza is situated in the lower slopes of the Sierra de Baza Mountain Range and the town enjoys a rich cultural heritage.
Baza is a perfect base for holidaymakers looking to enjoy rural pursuits in the Andalucian countryside, away from the crowded tourist resorts on the coast.
Visit the Muslim Medina and its ancient fortress, Alcazabar.
The Municipal Museum of Baza has some stunning exhibits of archaeological interest, with artefacts from Iberia, Medieval, Roman and Prehistoric eras.
Baza enjoys long, hot summers and mild spring and autumn months. Winter can be cold but is usually dry.
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