Museo de Usos y Costumbres José María El Tempranillo
The Uses and Customs Museum of José María El Tempranillo is dedicated to the memory of this Andalusian bandit closely linked for sentimental reasons to the village of El Gastor.
It is located in what used to be his girlfriend’s house, Rosa, where he spent time resting between his regular raids and persecutions.
The building is respectfully restored and recreates the decoration and furnishings of the era and has a display of objects, old tools and utensils that have been part of the life of the inhabitants of this town. It is a perfect way to get to know an era so interesting and full of stories.