Ver Mojacar pueblo con imagenes en un mapa más grande
Mojacar village lies on a hill, the best way to visit is on foot, for it is far better to leave the vehicle parked in the car parks before you get to town by bus or climb.
Following the directions on the rise without any problem to reach the Plaza Nueva, where we can see from the Mojacar looked old, it was the first known prehistoric Mojacar.
In the square you’ll find the Ermita de los Dolores, dating from S. XVIII (is private). If we reach the slope Mirador del Castillo, who is the highest part of the city, where we can see an amazing view of the area.
Then we can go through the streets to the Church of Santa Maria (S. XVI) and the square of the entrance to the Church we can see the sculpture Mojaquera (typical clothes and water pitcher who used it to transport it from the source)
After visiting the Church if bordered by a narrow pedestrian passage we reached the Plaza del Parterre is an ancient Arab cemetery, and then drove down the street of Enmedio to the Town Hall where we can see the impressive centenary ficus that was brought by an immigrant from a country in South America.
We keep getting carried away by the slope and end at the City Gate (gate Almedina), S. XVI, next to the arch found the Casa del Torreón, S. XVIII, once used to collect “taxes Door”
If we keep getting carried away by the force of the slope and the energy of the streets would cross the Encamp Avd the way to the source of Mojacar which was renovated at the end of S. XX.