The Saorín painting museum in Jumilla
The museum is devoted mainly to the works of local artist Jesús Lozano Saorín This museum, which opened late in 2017, was created to display work not only by local artist Jesús Lozano Saorín, who was born in Jumilla in 1957 and after whom it is named, but also by various others from the area and to include sculpture as well as canvases in its exhibits. The intention is for this to be a “living” museum, and eventually a third room..

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The Casa del Artesano in Jumilla
A restored 16th century residence is home to the craftsmen and women of Jumilla The Casa del Artesano or arts and crafts centre of Jumilla is housed in the Casa Honda, a Renaissance building which dates from the first 30 years of the 16th century, consisting of two floors and with a distribution of living spaces which follows the model of Roman villas. The living areas are all around a central patio which boasts a water feature and which..

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Annual fiestas in the municipality of Jumilla
The main fiestas are at Easter and in August but other celebrations are held throughout the year In terms of its annual fiestas the town of Jumilla is renowned for its historic Semana Santa traditions, which are among the oldest in the Region of Murcia, and the celebrations during the month of August, when the start of the wine harvest coincides with the feast day of the Virgen de la Asunción (patron of the town), the national folk music..

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The “Jerónimo Molina” Ethnography and Natural Science museum in Jumilla
A tribute to the traditions of Jumilla and the world’s finest dinosaur footprint catalogue Housed in one of the majestic stately residences in the centre of Jumilla, next to the park known as the Plaza de la Constitución, or the “Jardín de las Ranas”, are the Natural Sciences and Ethnography sections of the municipal museum, including very complete collections related to entomology, esparto grass, mineralogy, earthenware and pharmacy..

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Vinotería Los Chilines, a wide range of local D.O. wines and associated products in Jumilla
The perfect place to buy your favourite Jumilla wines and olive oils The Vinotería Los Chilines is the only specialist wine merchant shop affiliated to the Jumilla wine route, and is located on Avenida Levante in the centre of the town, no more than a minute’s walk from the tourist office. As well as the D.O. Jumilla wines produced at the Bodegas affiliated to the Wine Route, the shop also offers a selection of olive oils, bag in box..

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The historic cemetery of Jumilla
The 19th century mausoleums and pantheons contain a compendium of architectural styles The main cemetery of Jumilla is not only a last resting place for the deceased, but also, as is so often the case in Spain, a site which provides insights into the history and artistic heritage of the town as well as the values and beliefs of the 19th and 20th centuries. The current burial ground was inaugurated in 1875, although prior to that burials..

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How to book and navigate the Jumilla Wine Route (Ruta del Vino)
Practical information to help enjoy a visit to Jumilla The wine installations and attractions of the Ruta del Vino in the municipality of Jumilla can be enjoyed and visited in a number of ways, either by individuals or by groups of any size, and are an ideal way of getting to know not only the best-known product of the area but also the town’s history, traditions, monuments, people and gastronomy. There are 15 “bodegas” (or wineries..

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The Callejón del Fiscal in Jumilla
The oldest street in Jumilla dates back to the time of Moorish rule in the Early Middle Ages The oldest remaining street in the town of Jumilla dates back to the 12th and 13th centuries, as was confirmed by archaeological excavations in 1990. At that point in history, at least until 1243, Jumilla and the rest of what is now the Region of Murcia was still under the control of the Moors, and the excavations show that the street originally continued..

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Jumilla Tourist Office
Oficina de Turismo de Jumilla The tourist office in Jumilla is centrally located, with parking alongside the office and holds a wide range of information about visiting the municipality and its wine bodegas, together with maps. For more information about visiting Jumilla, including what's on, local news and all of the bodegas on the Jumlila wine route, visit the home page of Jumilla Today. 

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Open daily: La Ruta del Vino or Wine Route of Jumilla: visiting the bodegas
15 bodegas are affiliated to the Ruta del Vino and offer a wide range of guided visits The wineries and vineyards of the Ruta del Vino in the municipality of Jumilla can be enjoyed and visited in a number of ways, either by individuals or by groups of any size, and are an ideal way of getting to know not only the best-known product of the area but also the town’s history, traditions, monuments, people and gastronomy. There are 15 “bodegas..

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