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Postal Code: 
Town Hall: 
[+34] 968782020
Local Police: 
[+34] 968780956
Guardia Civil: 
[+34] 968780671
Health Centre: 
[+34] 968783464

The week of 15 August : Feria, Fiesta de la Vendimia, Moros y Cristianos : in honour of Virgen de Asunción

Jumilla is a municipality in the comarca Altiplano, located in the north east of Murcia Region. in southeastern Spain. It is located in the north east of Murcia region.

Jumilla is based on an agricultural based economy. The main cultivation are vineyards, olive trees and fruits trees.

Jumilla is home to a large photovoltaic solar power farm, with an installed peak power capacity of 20 megawatts.The solar farm consists of 120,000 solar panels and covers 100 hectares (247 acres). The farm's total annual production will be the equivalent of the energy used by 20,000 homes. The solar panels are owned by groups of investors. It is expected to generate an estimated annual income of $28 million (€19 million) and a reduction in CO2 emissions of 42,000 tons a year. Powerlight provided single-axis solar trackers to improve the system's performance. Jumilla, with neighboring Yecla, is one of the primary regions for development of the Murciana and Granadina breeds of dairy goats.

Jumilla is also a wine-producing region. Jumilla's wine production and wine culture are particularly notable for its use of Monastrell as a varietal.

  • Vinos de Jumilla, con Denominación de Origen
  • Denominación de Origen Protegida Pera de Jumilla
  • Denominaciones de Origen Protegidas de Queso de Murcia y Queso de Murcia al Vino
Places of Interest: 
  • Ruta del Vino
  • Castillo de Jumilla: Monumento Nacional.
  • El Casón: Monumento Nacional.
  • Torre del Rico: Bien de Interés Cultural.
  • Palacio del Antiguo Concejo
  • Arco de San Roque o Puerta de Granada
  • Teatro Vico
  • Ayuntamiento
  • Casa Modernista
  • Casa Honda
  • Casa Pérez de los Cobos
  • El Cuco de la Alberquilla
  • Iglesia de Santiago: Monumento Nacional.
  • Convento Franciscano de Santa Ana del Monte: Bien de Interés Cultural.
  • Iglesia de El Salvador
  • Ermita de San Agustín
  • Iglesia de Santa María del Rosario
  • Ermita de San Antón
  • Ermita de San José
  • Museo Municipal de Arqueología "Jerónimo Molina" (Palacio del Antiguo Concejo)
  • Museo Municipal de Etnografía, Ciencias de la Naturaleza y Bellas Artes "Jerónimo Molina"
  • Museo del Vino "Juan Carcelén"
  • Museo del Convento Franciscano de Santa Ana del Monte
  • Museo de Semana Santa (Ermita de San Antón)
  • Museo de la Cofradía Nuestro Padre Jesús Nazareno
  • Capilla-Museo de la Cofradía del Rollo
  • Capilla-Museo de la Cofradía del Beso de Judas
  • Parroquia Mayor de Santiago y Capilla-Museo del Sto. Sepulcro