Crowned by the Castle, a fortified enclosure of Muslim origin (10th century), and the Castle Virgin Sanctuary, Yecla has some of the least usual monuments in the Region of Murcia.
Next, we will show you some points of interest that will surely make you fall in love with.
Archpriest Basilica of the Immaculate Conception
Also called New Church, it was built between 1775 and 1868 under the Neo-classical principles. We highlight its arched dome whose exterior, decorated with spiral designs of blue and white glazed roof tiles, makes it the most representative symbol of the city.
Asunción Church or Old Church
This civil monument of Gothic and Renaissance style is located in the heart of the old town, between the Town Hall and the Castle Sanctuary. Inside, you can find the Museo de Semana Santa (Holy Week Museum), certainly another monument of great beauty worth visiting.
The Church of San Francisco and the Hermitage of San Roque
These monuments hold secrets and peculiarities that you can only discover if you visit them.