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What to do in Jumilla

If you plan to visit Jumilla, you have probably already heard about the well-deserved fame of its wines. To enjoy the best wineries with Denomination of Origin, there’s nothing better than walking the Wine Route and celebrating the Harvest Festival, which takes place every August. And if there is wine, there is good food. Jumilla has a great gastronomic tradition, which is why the typical dishes of the region abound, such as gachamigas, dishes with game meat, Jumillano gazpacho and potato empanadas.

If you are looking for culture, you will also find it. You can visit cave paintings that were declared a World Heritage Site. These are found in the Sierra de La Cingla and the Sierra de la Pedrera, surrounded by a landscape that is also worth a special mention. In addition, you will find culture in its streets. Its architecture has beautiful examples of modernist buildings, old churches and gardens of great beauty. In terms of architecture, you cannot miss the Castle of Jumilla.

Jumilla has attractions for all tastes. For those seeking adrenaline, in the Sierra del Carche, you can practice different adventure sports, such as paragliding, climbing and caving. Another alternative is to travel the via ferrata of the Almadenes canyon. As you can see, Jumilla has everything you need to spend some incredible days.
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