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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The Bolnuevo KnightsTower
Mazarrón - Murcia

The Bolnuevo Knights tower still looks out to the sea from where the pirates from North Africa spied on the population. Five centuries ago, the insecurity of the assaults forced the creation of a network of watchtowers along the whole coast to warn of danger.

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Roman house on Era Street
Mazarrón - Murcia

More than 15 centuries have gone by since there was life inside the Roman houses on Era Street. Possible the inhabitants were rich, perhaps linked to the salting industry which was so important at that time, maybe hardly aware that their culture and their lifestyle were about to die along with the Roman Empire.

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Tower of the Hill
Mazarrón - Murcia

The smoke signals from the tower warned of presence of an unknown boat close to the coast, and thanks to this, the population saved themselves from the possible dangers of facing the Berber pirates.

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San Andrés Church
Mazarrón- Murcia

Its proximity to the sea meant that for centuries Mazarrón suffered constant threats from pirates from North Africa. The San Andrés Church was erected from the 16th century as a refuge for the population and as a place of prayer.

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