The visit to the Iglesia Vieja of Yecla traces the connection with Queen Isabel La Católica This free guided visit to the monuments of the centre of Yecla in the north of the Region of Murcia includes a brief look at the..
The 16th-century building stands alongside the tourist office in the Plaza Mayor in Yecla The old granary (Edificio del Pósito, or Alhorín) in the Plaza Mayor in Yecla, the square where the tourist office and the Town Hall..
This central theatre in Yecla dates from the 1880s The current Teatro Concha Segura was built between 1886 and 1887 and occupies the spot on which the former Pósito de Labradores grain store was located. The theatre..
Traditions date back to the late Middle Ages at these historic Yecla monuments On the south-eastern edge of Yecla, next to the hill on which the remains of the castle and the Santuario del Castillo stand, is a small and..
The 14th-century church is the oldest in Yecla and boasts a superb Mudéjar vaulted ceiling This small church at the northern edge of the town is the oldest in Yecla, having been built in the mid-14th century outside the..
Organic extra virgin olive oil in Yecla Although the name of Yecla is synonymous with wine it is also home to significant olive oil production, and visitors are welcome to either visit the Deortegas olive oil mill or sample..
The sanctuary of the Virgen de la Purísima offers views out over the town of Yecla The Santuario de la Virgen del Castillo is a relatively small church which was built as a sanctuary for the figure of the Virgin Mary known..
The Iglesia de la Asunción now houses the Semana Santa museum of Yecla For visitors to Yecla it can be confusing to talk about the churches of the town because the most important ones go under a variety of different names..
A 16th century palatial residence built in Yecla by an important noble family The Palacio de los Alarcos is one of the historic baroque and Renaissance buildings which stand around the Plaza Mayor in Yecla, and was built..
This large Roman villa in Los Torrejones oversaw a large agricultural concern in Yecla 2,000 years ago The archaeological site of Los Torrejones is 3 kilometres east of the town of Yecla, in the north of the Region of Murcia..
Franciscan monks built the church in Yecla with their own hands over 400 years ago The restored church of San Francisco in Yecla and the Chapel of the Virgen de las Angustias, which is an annex of the main building, stand..
A 16th century building is home to the Town Hall of Yecla The main Town Hall building in Yecla is the building formerly known as the Concejo in the Plaza Mayor, the main square of the old town centre which also contains the..
The Lonja stands on the site of part of the old grain store in the Plaza Mayor of Yecla The municipal auditorium of Yecla occupies the building formerly known as the “Lonja”, or fish and meat market, although in its long..
The Casino was a hub of sociocultural life in Yecla prior to the Spanish Civil War This 19th century building was constructed under the supervision of architect Justo Millán Espinosa, who drew up the plans in 1888 and is..
Discover the legends and mysteries of Monte Arabí in Yecla The tourist information point of Monte Arabí in the municipality of Yecla, very close to the boundary between the Region of Murcia and the province of Albacete..
A 16th-century baroque church which was fully restored after the Spanish Civil War The church of Nuestra Señora de los Dolores, also known as the Iglesia del Hospitalico, is located in Calle Hospital in Yecla and owes its..
The Yecla clock tower previously belonged to a church in the Plaza Mayor The clock tower of Yecla stands in the Plaza Mayor, in the heart of the old town, between the old granary (or “Pósito) and the former meat and fish..
100% ecological family-run winery supporting the Ruta del Vino de Yecla Bodegas Evine is an ecological family-run winery operating under the Denominación de Origen de Yecla (D.O. Yecla) which produces small volumes of wine..
The 19th-century Iglesia del Niño Jesús in Yecla was designed by Millán Espinosa and features a spectacular altarpiece The church of El Niño Jesús in Yecla was built in the Modernist style between 1880 and 1888 following..
Rock art at the sites in Yecla show several different periods of Prehistoric rock art The archaeological sites at the mystic mountain of Monte Arabí in the municipality of Yecla are considered among the most important in..
150,000 years of local history and pre-history at the archaeological museum of Yecla The Cayetano de Mergelina archaeological museum in Yecla documents history and pre-history in the Altiplano area in the north of the Region..
Construction of the “Iglesia Nueva” in Yecla took a hundred years The Basílica Arciprestal de la Purísima is the most important church and the most emblematic building of Yecla in the north of the Region of Murcia, and..
The largest wine producer in the D.O. Yecla area Bodegas La Purísima is one of the largest bodegas in the Region of Murcia and the 800 agriculturalists who grow and produce its wine own 60% of the entire production capacity..
Arguably the most important winery in the D.O. Yecla area Start to research the wines of Yecla and there are two words which recur again and again; Monastrell and Castaño. Bodegas Familia Castaño is synonymous with wine..