Taking a walk through the streets of Alcalá is to discover singular elements it is worth the trouble to stop at. There are spots full of charm and singular houses that give personality to the urban framework.
It was built in two constructive phases; the image that reaches present time has Renaissance design. It has a chapel dedicated to San Isidro Labrador (St. Isidore the Labourer), dominated by a valuable painting of The Virgin of Guadalupe.
The most populated human settlement of the present-day surroundings of Alcalá. We have been left one of the most important archaeological sites of Western Europe, with remains of villages and burials from the Chalcolithic period to the Roman time.
The Circular Mausoleum is a tomb from the Roman Period, located in the area of Las Canteras, next to the site of Mesa de Gandul. Its finding dates back from the beginning of the 1980s, when it was excavated by a team of archaeologists in association with Spanish Ministry of Defence, owner of the plots.