Opened in November 2004, it consists of several interactive rooms where the natural and cultural values of an increasingly degraded river are shown. The Centre also analyses the causes of this situation and possible solutions, based on a participatory approach for managing and planning the resources of the River Corbones sub-basin.
This museum dedicated to cultural and natural heritage is located on the banks of the River Cala. The audiovisual resources explore the local history and its key location on the Camino de Santiago. The great variety of stuffed animals and the collection of fossils reveal the rich fauna of this historical area, with the griffon vulture standing out for its size in its second room.
It is located in an 18th-century building known as the Casa del Aire. The Museum of Women in Flamenco is the only existing centre of its kind in the world, where visitors can gain insight into the living history of this acclaimed form of art.
The "Cotidiana Vitae" Theme Centre recreates different parts of the Roman city of Italica and allows visitors to travel back in time to learn about the lives and customs of the Roman Empire. The visit allows visitors to travel to the second century A.D. and to walk through different public and private areas of a Roman city.
This Visitor Centre provides detailed information about the Castle itself and its relationship with the area.
It is the first silo in Spain to have been rehabilitated as a museum and visitor centre; being converted into a cultural infrastructure to interpret the landscape. This centre offers an activity for the interpretation of the building itself, integrated into its landscape context and directly related to the historical development of the town.
The Casa de la Sierra, where the Municipal Tourist Office and Ethnological Museum are located, is one of Castilblanco de los Arroyos' most emblematic buildings. It was built in 1923 by Rafael Amorín Lazo and belonged to a wealthy family from that period.