One of the most important monuments of Luque is the medieval Hisn Lukk Castle. The fortress, built in the 9th century, was taken by Christian troops in 1240 and played an important role in the Spanish Reconquista due to its location.
Built in the 16th century, the local parish church corresponds to the style of the so-called Fernandine churches making it an architectural gem. Located below the castle, it dominates the town silhouette.
Located just outside of Luque, the Bunker del Alamillo is an impressive artillery emplacement which was built around the end of the Spanish Civil War to protect a major country road and railway line between Cordoba and Granada.