On the border with the plateau, vineyard, cereal and wool.


The village of Camporrobles is located on one of the old transhumance routes, which stopped at a spot where the lagoons - today dry - offered water and pasture. The oldest district, Paulete, dates back to the Middle Ages. In the 16th century the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción was built. At the beginning of the 20th century, industries such as the San Isidro Labrador flour mill appeared and in the middle of the century the railway arrived in the town. But the jewel of the municipality is prehistoric. In the 8th century B.C., the Iberians built a fortified settlement on top of the El Molónhill, where you can see the remains of walls and buildings. Centuries later, the site would be occupied by Muslim settlers who built one of the oldest mosques in Estern Spain.

The festive calendar of Camporrobles is rich. The town celebrates the traditional bonfires of San Antón in January, the patron saint's festival of Santa Águeda in February, the traditional Carnival, Easter, in which the young men turning 19 that year are the protagonists, the singing of the Mayos, the festival of San Isidro in May, the summer festivals and two pilgrimages.

Te recomendamos

  1. Follow the Iberian route, an itinerary that connects El Molón with El Picarcho, another nearby site.
  2. Visit the interesting Raúl Gómez Museum Collection, with objects recovered from the excavations, a collection of malacofauna and the fascinating work of the painter Garfella Moreno.
  3. Go to the train station to return to the 1950s.
  4. Buy local products, sweets, sausages, meat and, of course, wine.
  5. Disconnect from everything with a walk around La Loberuela, in the district of Camporrobles.

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Birds & Wines Frontier Land A

Birds & Wines Frontier Land A


An experience that combines birdwatching with tasting local wines from organically grown...

All year round is good time to visit us

Each season has its charm. Good wine and good food always.


With the first cold weather comes the grape harvest and the landscape turns red, orange and ochre. It's the perfect time to go out on the road, camera in hand, or to take part in the harvest. Are you up for it?

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