The Department of Culture of Mazarrón has programmed 12 cultural routes on the occasion of the celebration of Holy Week that will be organized by the tourist activities company ‘’ and that will be guided by the journalist from Mazarron Miguel Rubio. 

The Deputy Mayor for Culture, Ginés Campillo, the head of the aforementioned company, Jorge Durán, and the journalist himself revealed the details of these routes that are divided into two itineraries: one through the urban centre of Mazarrón with special attention to heritage religious and another of the Municipal Cemetery of the town.

The Councillor for Culture, Ginés Campillo, explained that the routes “will focus on religious heritage coinciding with Holy Week” since “in the absence of processions and other acts linked to the brotherhoods in the street we wanted to bring our religious heritage to those that they visit us, or our own residents who want to know more about it ”.

Ginés Campillo thanked the work of and Miguel Rubio “who is an added value because he is a great connoisseur of the history of the municipality and the routes make them enormously enjoyable.” Campillo also stressed that “we also recover the route through the cemetery that is always very successful, because each time it is done, the quota is covered completely, to complete this initiative.”

“The route through Mazarrón will show the churches of San Andrés, meeting point for the activity with a visit to the interior of the temple, and San Antonio; as well as the Town Hall and the Casino and the Sanctuary of La Purísima with an explanation of the exhibition ‘Ad Intra’ that can be enjoyed inside, highlighting the religious heritage of Mazarron “, explained Miguel Rubio who added that” we will also carry out the route through the Mazarrón Cemetery that we have already carried out on other occasions and which has had such a good reception ”.

For his part, Jorge Durán explained that “to sign up for the routes you have to go to the website or via email where you can also request more information.”

The dates scheduled for the route through the urban area of ​​Mazarrón to learn about the religious heritage are the following:

  • Friday March 26 (one route in the afternoon) – 6pm
  • Saturday March 27 (one route in the morning) – 11am 
  • Holy Thursday April 1 (one route in the morning) – 11am
  • Good Friday April 2 (one route in the morning and another in the afternoon) – 11am and 6pm Holy
  • Saturday April 3 (one route in the morning) – 11am
  • Sunday April 4 (one route in the morning) – 11am

The direct link to sign up for this route is the following:
For the route through the Municipal Cemetery of Mazarrón the scheduled dates are:

  • Saturday March 27 (one route in the afternoon) – 4pm
  • Sunday March 28 (one route in the morning and another in the afternoon) – 11am and 4pm (cemetery visit)
  • Holy Thursday April 1 (one route in the afternoon) – 4pm
  • Holy Saturday April 10 (one route in the afternoon) – 4pm

In this case, the direct link to join this route is the following:
The Mayor of Mazarrón, Gaspar Miras, wants to “encourage those who visit us to discover the rich heritage that Mazarrón has, especially that linked to our Holy Week that this year, due to the pandemic, will once again be an atypical celebration . But on whose days we await the arrival of tourists from our Region and to those of us who want to offer activities like this one ”.