Places to visit:
The Arab Castle belonged in 1468 to Diego Fernández de Córdoba, then Count of Cabra, who was granted the title of Viscount of Iznájar and gained jurisdiction over the village. In 1991, after many years of neglect the village council bought the castle from the last owners (the Count of Revilla and family)
Next to the castle is a perfect example of a Renaissance Church (Iglesia Parroguial de Santiago Apóstol (St. James Parish Church), which has been restored and opened its doors in 2007.
A Farm Tools Museum displays tools and farming utensils which were used a few decades ago
Tourist Info Centre is on the ground floor of the Farm Tools Museum and situated just outside the wall surrounding the Castle and Church.
An Outdoor Theatre is used during the summer months for plays and events with superb views over the Castle and village.
Mirador del Genil - Viewpoints to enjoy panoramic views of the reservoir and surrounding villages and the hills with olive groves. 'Genil' is the name of the river, which runs through three provinces.
Routes - One of which follows the left bank of the reservoir where visitors can go rambling and cycling.
Outdoor activities - just 1 km away from the village centre is a large recreational area (along side the Lake), where visitors can enjoy bird watching, fishing, water sports, rambling, camping, two restaurants and a large beach area (very popular with the locals during the summer weekends)