Museum, Roman Factory
Mazarrón - Murcia

The amphoras full of fish or of the precios garum salse leave for the port. Mazarrón has one of the most important industries of the final years of the Roman Empire. In this period, from the 4th to the 5th Century BC, the salting factory was immense, and possibly the region’s main source of income.

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Alamillo Roman archaeological site
Mazarrón - Murcia

Next to the beach of the same name is the Alamillo archaeological site, extensive remains from the Roman age widely studied in the 80s and 90s in the last century.

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Town Hall buildings
Mazarrón - Murcia

From the economic revival linked to mining and metallurgy in the 19th and 20th centuries there came architectural works of great value. One of those buildings is the old Town Hall, an imposing structure with impressive interior décor.

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Los Vélez Castle
Mazarrón - Murcia

Fortification: defence for the population against Berber attacks or the stopover accommodation for the Marquis. Throughout its history the Los Vélez Castle has been adapted to the needs of the people and their leaders.

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Plomo Hill
Mazarrón - Murcia

Man stopped being nomadic and settled on Plomo Hill. More than 5,000 years have gone by since they established themselves on this flat-topped hill, which gave them security, proximity to a fertile meadow and the seashore, which offered them so much sustenance.

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Purísima Church
Mazarrón - Murcia

The Purísima Church is intimately linked to the story of the salvation. Tradition talks of the miracle of the appearance of the Virgin in the face of a Berber incursion at a time when there were constant sieges in the middle of the 16th Century.

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