The Mazarron enrolled in history courses of Mazarrón, Workshop Report, Ethnography and History Encounters with the Department of Culture Department have carried out a visit to Jumilla to know the city environment and the enclave Archaeological Minateda.
In this environment are located two sites of great archaeological importance and wealth.
As for Tolman Minateda is an enclave in which it can be seen human occupation since the mid-second millennium BC until the eleventh century AD practically all the time.
The day also included a visit to the city's Archaeological Museum, the Monastery of Santa Ana and Luis Martínez Pedro winery, one of the oldest in Jumilla in which the guests enjoyed tasting and tasting different wines.
A highlight of the day was the visit to Minateda Tolman, whose location and conservation attracted the admiration of all visitors.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón