San Jose del Valle is a Spanish town located in the rich and exotic autonomous community of Andalusia, in the south of the country. San Jose is not far from the ancient port town of Cadiz. The origins of this town can be traced back to the era of Al-Andalus, when its entire region was part of a vast Moorish kingdom. It was taken by the Christians in the 14th century, and since then has focused on farming. Visitors to this small town of less than 5,000 inhabitants are charmed by its palm trees, its scenic beauty and its Moorish-inspired architecture.
Tourists to San Jose must make sure to visit Castillo de Gigonza, a handsome and well-preserved medieval castle. Other sites of interest include the the Acueducto de Tempul, an unusual ancient acqueduct, as well as the remnants of the Sulfurous Baths (los Banos de Aguas Sulfurosas). Use EasyToBook.com to find hotels in San Jose. EasyToBook.com offer listings of San Jose hotels, representing wide variety of price ranges.