Ubeda is located in the Andalusia region of south-central Spain. This city boasts a bouquet of sights for lovers of architecture and history, and a tradition of making beautiful pottery. The historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has an abundance of Renaissance buildings, something unique to this area of Spain. You can enjoy this 16th-century architectural style right through the old city, but head to Plaza de Vazquez de Molina Square for some lavish examples such as the Santa Maria delos Reales Alcazares Church, as well as the impressive architecture of Andres de Vandelvira (Hospital de Santiago). Finally, check out Ubeda’s many museums including the Archaeological Museum, the Olive and Oil Interpretation Centre and the Paco Tito Pottery Museum (which exhibits the work of the famous potters, brothers Juan and Paco Tito).