For further information: in the Tourist Office- 30510 Yecla (Murcia) Spain
968 754 104
Families, couples, individual/ Monte Arabí route: 5,5Km difficulty: medium-low /Buitrera route 1,25Km difficulty medium-low
You can find:
It’s a group of two storey workers’ houses with farmyards and stables, a well and a chapel with dovecote.
The well has a waterwheel for animal traction, protected by wooden beams and wattles.
The chapel was founded in 1752 dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and then, of Saint Anthony of Padua. At present, it is well preserved.
What’s special about it?:
The small ironwork crop-shaped balconies of similar construction to those used in other small villages such as Los Charquillos o El Carrascalejo.