Located in the heart of Mojacar Pueblo, the Santa Maria Church was built in the 16th century over the remains of a mosque. The building serves as a religious and defensive fortress. The interior is simple and real, with few paintings of patron saints of the pueblo. The hilltop village is in the foothills of Sierra Cabrera Mountains. The narrow cobbled streets are full of shops and restaurants. The parking in the village is very limited, so came early in the day and park near Plaza Nueva.
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