Take a stroll around our most iconic and representative monuments, from the Plaza Mayor, (Main Square) full of interesting monuments, to the Catholic King and Queen’s arch, which commemorates the passage of Isabella I of Castile through the village of Yecla. Enjoy the magnificent views from the Balcony of the Tower (“Mirador de la Torre”). Yecla is full of corners steeped in history.
In Yecla you will find from large churches such as the Basílica of la Purísima Concepción to small chapels as Santa Bárbara. Others, as San Roque church, preserves a magnificent wooden coffering with two Mudejar eaves making it it the oldest temple in Yecla. All of them hide exquisite details, so check their visiting hours and come to rediscover Yecla!
From the highest point of the town you will be able to enjoy panoramic views extending to the surrounding towns. Climb up the hill going through the well-known Route of the Flag (“Paso de la Bandera”) and breathe deeply. If you keep climbing up, you will be able to reach the Sanctuary of the Castle, where you will also find an important archaeological site, Hisn Yakka. We recommend you to take this opportunity to see all the houses and shortcuts you will find during the climb.