In this visit you will visit the Church of San Ramón Nonato from the 16th century (Laroya) in Mudéjar style, a work by Antonio Munar. A 19th century mill and a tour of the town. You will also discover the Marble Interpretation Center and we will walk the streets of Macael and Laroya admiring monuments, seeing corners and learning legends.
Macael Marble has been used throughout history in monuments as important as the Alhambra in Granada or the Mosque of Córdoba.
We will begin with a guided tour of this town, where everything “smells” of marble. We will start in the largest Mortar in the world registered in the Guinness Book of Records, we will walk through its streets the Marble Interpretation Center, a cultural space for the evolution of this material and its environment. Likewise, we will continue walking through the streets, to its Church of the Virgen del Rosario and its square with the emblematic Fountain of the Lions, an exact replica of the one located in the Alhambra in Granada.
Later we moved to Laroya to enjoy the town that is shown to the visitor as a paradise of nature in a transformed environment.
We will walk through its narrow streets, visiting the Church of San Ramón Nonato S. XVI, patron saint of the town. Inside is a relic of the Saint.
We will complete the guided tour of the town visiting the 19th century oil press, the Cervantes Era, the Rettery with its monument to the Fires of Laroya (a historical event that occurred in the municipality in 1945) that attracts the attention of the most curious. We also walk through the historic streets that offer wonderful views of La Vega and its legends.
- Price of the activity: €3/person
- Minimum to do the activity: €20
- Duration: 4 hours approx.
The price includes
- Visit interpreted in Macael.
- Entrance to the Marble Interpretation Center.
- Interpreted visit in Laroya.