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Bornos is a peaceful Heritage town in the Sierra of Cádiz in the" Route of the White Towns ". This captivating landscape was first settled 30,000 years ago in the Upper Paleolithic era. Today, Bornos boasts picturesque 16th Century buildings and a beautiful landscape on the Guadalete River.

The City

Bornos is an Andalusian town that sits at the feet of the Fontanar fortress, with views of the Guadalete River and the Bornos water reservoir. The town is located at the 44th km of the A-382. About 10 km northeast of the main population centre you'll find the charming plaza and streets of Coto de Bornos, which originally was a farm of settlers. Ideal for slowing down and staying in the moment, Bornos opens its doors to the visitor and offers important artistic heritage gorgeous nature and fantastic food.


The Bornos Shopping Center is ideal for your purchases of all kinds. It has free parking spaces throughout the city. In the shopping center you will also find delicious typical products. Most are located on the main avenue

Do & See

Bornos' extensive cultural heritage dates back to Prehistoric times, but most of the town's monuments are from the Renaissance period. The Guadalete River offers visitors an opportunity to try numerous water sports, while the surrounding mountains attract hikers from near and far. Try traditional cuisine in authentic local restaurants or visit during Carnival or Easter to experience the culture of Andalusia.

Tourist Information

The Tourist Office will offer you every information that you need. Do not hesitate to contact them in the phone +34956728264 or in the mail