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We found this an interesting place to spend an hour walking around. The colours of the rocks are fascinating and there are great views (lots of photos taken).
The mine is no longer productive and the offices and church are now derelict (shame about the...More
The mines are one of many places I have been with a walking group. So many interesting areas to see whilst on this visit. Showing the houses the miners lived in, with a church in the grounds. Be aware though it's a place that you...More
Whilst in thie part of Spain a must see is the Mazarron mines, although been abandoned since 1974 there is still much to see. Caution should be taken walking around these old buildings, as long as you take care you will be fine. Stongly advise...More
We strolled in the abandoned mines. Good shoes required, the area is full of colorful earth and deposites from the mines. The colors are amazing. We stayed on the paths there, as other visitors also advised. It is worth a visit!
I found this an interesting place to spend and hour or so walking around. The colours of the stained rocks and fascinating and it has some nice views too. It's definitely work a visit if you're in the area.
The mines are no longer productive but it is a great place to visit to capture some of the local history. The mines haven't been worked for many years and many of the buildings are derelict.
To wander around the complete works took over 3...More
I belong to a walking group here in Spain (Mazarron). We visited the abandoned mines on one of our walks. There is a great amount to see. Mine shafts, the buildings the workers lived in, they even had their own church, which also stands in...More