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20/03/18 - 21/06/18

What to see in the Sierra del Segura area

  • Rio Mundo Springs

  • Ayna

    The Sidecar viewpoint

    Hermitage of Our Lady

    Interpretation Centre

    El Diablo’s viewpoint

    Los Infiernos viewpoint

  • Letur

    Letur’s waterfall

    Letur’s Church and surrounding quarter

  • Lietor

  • Riopar

    Calares del Rio Mundo Natural Park

    Los Chorros Cave

    Mar de Nubes (Sea of Clouds)

    Royal Mint of bronze Museum

  • Yeste

    Fuensanta reservoir

    Calar de la sima

    Castle of Yeste

    Tus spa

  • Elche de la sierra

    Town’s curch

  • Nerpio

    Castle of Taibilla

  • Lietor

  • Bogarra

    Bogarra river Springs

    Batan’s waterfall

  • Ferez

    Ferez’s viewpoint

  • Molinicos

    Mycological museum of Molinicos

  • Elche de la sierra

      Sawdust carpets at Corpus Christi festival

1. Rural saffron tourism

On the month of May, we pull out the weed that has grown at the start of the spring, and the field gets watered whenever the winter hasn’t been rainy enough. During the months of March and April, we apply fertilizers every 15 days in order to fortify and fatten the bulbs. Then the crop is ploughed again, and the packing of last year’s saffron harvest begins.


2. Cultural, architectonic and culinary tourism
    around the farming area


There are countless places of interest around our town Peñas de San Pedro, where both our rural space and farm are located


The first place we want to highlight is our own town and its cultural schedule: 


Following you can see a list of towns of interest, and a link to each one of them so that you can appreciate the great variety of activities one can enjoy during your stay in our rural space.


  • One of the great wealths of our town is how close it is from the city of Albacete, which offers a wide variety of culture and entertainment.

  • The town of Lezuza possesses a remarkable past. The recent archaeological excavations testify the existence of an Oretan oppidum as old as the 5th century BC, which played a relevant role after the Roman conquest at the end of the 3rd century BC due to its singular geographic location, which was an important stop in the Via Augusta, one of the great roads the Romans built during their stay in current Spain.


  • Also known as “the Switzerland of La Mancha”, Ayna is nestled in Albacete’s mountain range of Sierra del Segura, in a narrow canyon forged by the Mundo river. The town has grown constrained by the watercourse and the spectacular sharp walls that enclose it.

  • This is where the Mundo river springs to life, in the area of Los Chorros (Spanish for “streams”). This natural enclave is located some 8km from the town of Riópar, inside the Natural Park of Los Calares del Mundo y de la Sima.

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