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Yecla is a town situated in Murcia Region’s upland, very near to both Comunidad Valenciana and Castilla La Mancha, in the far Northeast. This is a land of mountains, good wine, history, culture and legends, which has impressed such Spanish writers as Azorín and Pío Baroja.
The town is watched over by the Sanctuary of the Virgen del Castillo, moreover it has some rather unique sights, such as the Church of La Purísima Conceptión or the historical palace of the center, others of great beauty, like the Parish of the Asunción, the Marketplace and, obviously, the historical complex of Plaza Mayor with beautiful renaissances palaces, the ancient market (today an auditorium) and the Clock Tower.
Yecla is a town with a singular spirit, due mainly to be a crossing point between the Mediterranean coasts and the plains of La Mancha. This situation has given to the town its remarkable character, showed in its historical and natural heritage. You can enjoy it walking around the historical center, visiting points of great interest and participating to the extensive and varied schedule of cultural and gastronomic activities.
You can appreciate the archeological museum Cayetano de Mergelina that embrace four epochs (from Prehistoric age to Medieval times), the museum of Réplicas del Greco that count more than 70 works of the Yecla’s painter Juan Albert Roses, the Holy Week museum and the Marian museum of the Virgen del Castillo.
You can also enjoy the wide-ranging schedule of the Concha Segura Theatre, as well as the many events organized around the town and especially the Fiestas de la Virgen in December, declared an event of National Tourist Interest, the Holy Week, San Isidro in May and the Fair of September.
Don’t miss the nature tourism through the several routes, the visited tours organized through the mountains that surround the town, like Sierra de Salinas, the Carche o la Sierra de la Magdalena. One of the most famous tour is a visit to the Arabi mountain, a magic place where its rock-painting was declared a World Heritage.
Like the most Spanish town, Yecla has a lot of bars and restaurants with typical food and tapas and quaint coffee houses, where you can eat or tasting a good wine or a freeze cerveza. You can enjoy a lot of characteristic recipes like Gachasmigas, Gazpacho and fried cheese with tomato marmalade, onions in vinegar, ending with Los Libricos, the distinctive dessert of Yecla.
Yecla has extensive sports facilities including an Olympic sized pool, football pitches, basketball, tennis, skating rinks and an athletic race-track open the whole day.
Finally, do not forget the Wine Route of Yecla, that can be considered a different way to discover this town and its tourist resources living great experiences, helping to preserve the traditional wine making and encouraging the respect for the historical environmental values of this land. Throughout the Wine Route you can notice the cultural diversity forged in this town through the ages: vineyards, old and modern wine cellars, wine tasting, gastronomy, canteens, city and country events and others tourism services.Know More About Us
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