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Cazorla is in the Province of Jaen, probably one of Andalucia's least known provinces. It is at the edge of the Parque Natural de las Sierras de Segura y Cazorla and hence is ideal as a walking base. However it is well worth a stop in its own right. Buses run reasonably frequently to and from Ubeda and some do the extra distance to the city of Jaen.
Three squares form the basis of the town. La Plaza de la Constitución, where the buses stop, is just a large commercial square. Very close is Plaza de la Corredera which is often called Plaza del Huevo (egg) because of its shape. This is a most ornate and impressive square. Then some narrow roads lead down to the Plaza Santa Maria. The cathedal, from which it took its name is now only ruins but its setting below the castle of La Yedra, one of two castles at Cazorla, is most striking.