One of the gems of Olvera and certainly one that I should have included in the blog before now, is the Museum of Olvera opened in 1999.
Located in the courtyard next to the Tourist Office in the Plaza de la Iglesia, it contains many exhibits, pictures and a mass of information on the origins of Olvera from the 6th century through to the present day.
Unfortunately, though quite rightly, all of the information is in Spanish but it would be helpful, particularly as it is a tourist attraction, to have a brief description of the exhibits in English. That being said, it in no way detracts from the quality of the exhibits and is certainly worth a visit.
A depiction of a medieval merchants house.
The Christians storming the castle and defeating the Moors in the 14th century.
If you get the opportunity, take a while to visit the museum as it will certainly enhance your understanding of the rich history of this lovely place.