Libricos Yecla

C/ Martinez Corbalán, nº 4 – 30510 Yecla (Murcia) Spain

+34 968 752 245/+34 650 393 323



Price range:
From 1 to €15

Useful information:
Open to everyone / credit cards accepted/ from Monday to Saturday from 9:00 to 14:00 and from 17:00 to 21:00 and Sunday from 9:00 to 14:00/ located in the historic heart of the town.

Contact person:
Alejandro Marco

You can find:
Unique, traditional, delicious and natural dessert.
You can also find other artisan pastries, the main wines from all the town’s wineries, olive oil, honey and its products, hot chocolate, other beverages, ice-creams and souvenirs from the town.

Ideal for:
The tourist visiting our town and wishing to know the most traditional and quality products from local cuisine and crafts.
It’s also for anyone born in Yecla willing to travel who wants to offer the most traditional dessert and other representative products of the town to those they are going to visit.

What’s so special about them?
They were awarded the Premio Mercurio a la Artesanía (a crafts prize) (“Premio Mercurio a la Artesanía”) in 2001. You can find the best representation of local products and general information about the town, its festivals and tourist offer. They are the only manufacturers of the town’s traditional dessert: “Los Libricos”.

One detail with customers:
We offer tastings of “Libricos”, mistela and wines to the groups of tourists.

“It’s a family business which has been manufacturing since 1850 the most traditional dessert in Yecla. As a novelty, for a number of months now, we have opened a new shop in the town’s historical centre, which has a principal purpose of offering a quality service, close to the customer from Yecla, as well as the tourists visiting us and walking through these streets.”

Libricos Yecla recommends you:
“Regarding its festivals, the float parade (Cabalgata de Carrozas) in San Isidro festival, and the Alborada in the Fiestas of the Virgen. In respect of places to visit, the Sanctuary of the Purísima Concepción Castle-Basílica and its surroundings, but I would also recommend going on a guided tour around Monte Arabí and a visit and wine tasting in one of the town’s wineries. You will be surprised.” Alejandro