Cortes de la Frontera City Town Hall is a monument itself, it stone facade built in Neoclassical style, dating from 1784.
The Parish Church of "Nuestra Señora del Rosario"
It is a worth visiting religious monument, built in the late eighteenth century shows its structure, it consists of three aisles divided from each other by rounded arches on a basis square columns.
Its main chapel has barrel vaults and its head is raised prismatic tower, which is attached to the same one built with bricks, stone and masonry.
Plaza de toros
Cortes de la Frontera from an early age stood out in raising livestock as a result of this lifestyle, hence comes the fondness for cattle festival and bullfighting events.
Its bullring, the second larges size and more importance after Ronda’s one, dates from 1894, but was later restored where it reached its peak for showcasing their festivals.