Roman past and use of water
Do you feel like visiting a villa of the Roman times? Go ahead. One of the best examples can be found at Los Villaricos archaeological site, which can be visited throughout the year. Discovering habits of Hispania by means of the remains of this
Roman villa with oil mill, thermal area and Early Christianity necropolis will be more
entertaining than your history lessons.
Just 10 km away from the centre of Mula you can enjoy with your family a small oasis preserving Roman sites related to the use of water. The Fuente Caputa natural spring will invite you to have a swim in summer. Its water fountains give name to this setting,
since Caputa comes from the Latin caput, meaning storage. It is always time to learn
something new, right?