Its origins date back to the Middle Ages, and it shows elements built between the 16th and 21st centuries, at which time the building was adapted to its current functions. Among the most outstanding elements of the convent are the 18th-century cloister and Renaissance facade.
Currently, it is the headquarters of the Lorca Visitor Centre and the Tourist Office. This is the point where travellers start the tours of all the routes through the city, as well as an essential point where they can obtain information about Lorca.
Inside is an exhibition about Lorca and everything that can be done in the city. It also has a souvenir shop where one can buy local crafts and souvenirs. In addition, it has a parking lot, which allows one to park one’s car and get to know the city on foot.
Religious Architecture in Lorca
Civil Architecture in Lorca
Museums in Lorca