Cultural Heritage

Adsubia and Forna, merged into a single municipality since 1911, currently retain an important legacy of the Bronze Age and Ibero-Roman civilizations that populated it. Although the historical archives of the municipality were destroyed during the Civil War, Adsubia-Forna has managed to preserve its architectural and cultural heritage to maintain all the charm of an authentic Moorish farmhouse.

The Castle of Forna, the Church of San Vicente Ferrer, the Moorish fountains, and the peculiar urban layout of the municipality, make Adsubia-Forna a true historical group, capable of surprising and transferring its visitors in time.