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Territory Sierra Espuña

Since 2017, Sierra Espuña has chosen early music as its soundtrack for this eco-tourist destination, and with it, you are more than welcome to enjoy it and collaborate for its preservation. A cultural landmark of quality. A destination with character comprised of six amazing towns and a mountain range which not only unites them, but also hugs them and waters them.

We count on labels certifying the efforts made by TERRITORIO SIERRA ESPUÑA in order to promote high-quality eco-tourism, such as the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism or SICTED (System of Tourism Quality in Destinations)

Territory Sierra Espuña

TERRITORIO SIERRA ESPUÑA is culture, tradition, nature and example of responsible and sustainable management. These six towns have adopted a model of tourism development in which preservation, sustainability and the quality of services for the visitor are paramount. A region with great potential and endless possibilities in order to have an unforgettable experience when getting to know its six municipalities: Aledo, Alhama de Murcia, Librilla, Mula, Pliego and Totana. 

In TERRITORIO SIERRA ESPUÑA, there is such a varied offer that you can, if you wish, climb Paredes de Leyva or go up hills and reach altitutes of up to 1,585 metres. You can also walk along any of our signaled pathways totalling over 300 km or, if you prefer to bike, you can have a go at ESPUBIKE challenge. To nature lovers, Sierra Espuña appears as a thrilling and open book.

Almost a thousand species of plants live together with nearly two hundred species of animals, being some  of them endemic to this Regional Park.


If you are more into history, you should click on our links related to Museums and Archaeology. And please, do not miss our section related to Traditions and Festivals; a thousand of them fills our calendar. Unique and authentic traditions along the year. Between `Àuto de los Reyes Magos de Aledo´ in January to Santa Eulalia festival in Totana held in December, we can fill the calendar with hundreds of red circles. 

Such festivals enhance the local identities within our region. Some of them as original as `Pitanzas de Librilla´.

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