Bullas and Mula are both situated in the stunning North West Murcia region.
Bullas is situated between Caravaca de la Cruz and Murcia and is a pleasant sunny location to visit.
The town is surrounded by stunning countryside and pleasant picnic areas by the side of the river Segura.
In addition, there are shops, bars and restaurants making Bullas an autonomous community.
The town is an age-old wine producing community. Visitors and locals alike marvel at the rich and green vegetation of its vineyards.
Furthermore, it is a highly prestigious winegrowing area that yields distinctive wines.
Wine tours are available throughout the year.
Bullas, together with the six towns of North West Murcia are shrouded in history.
The town houses ‘The statue of the god Bacchus’ found during the excavation of a nearby Roman site.
In addition, the town has a wealth of monuments in the town, for example, the Church of Santa María del Rosario and much more
Mula North West Murcia
Mula is situated 30 miles from Murcia city.
The town offers the visitor historic palaces and monuments, together with a typically Spanish life.
This charming town spreads out from around the Plaza Mayor.
Also and among the steep and winding lanes of the old town and in the upper part of the town is the church of Santo Domingo.
The church of Santo Domingo with its Renaissance façade and the Baroque interior is one of the finest examples of monastic architecture.
The castle is a magnificent 16th-century construction dominating the plain below.
The castle gives the impression of it had simply emerged from the very rocky outcrop on which it perches.
Mula has a good selection of restaurants and bars.
In addition, Mula has all the local facilities and supermarkets required for day to day living
Enjoy the Roman baths and marvel at the surrounding countryside, particularly the Sierra Espunas.