Caravaca de la Cruz
SOLD A spacious country house close to Caravaca de la Cruz and set in 5000 sq m of land.This spacious country house has recently been updated to a very good standard. Additionally, the property is in a tranquil location with ease access to an excellent road network.We highly recommend early viewing of the very well-presented country property.Set in stunning countryside and close to the Benablon mountains and Benablon village the property is also a short drive to the historic town of Caravaca de la Cruz.Pool: PrivateBedrooms: 4Bathrooms: 3Build size m²: 180Plot size m²: 5000Additional Features:Double Glazing, Private Pool, Central Heating, Carport, Traditional Features, Quiet location, Greenhouse, Home with an income, Stunning country location, Hot tubCaravaca de la Cruz is a city and Spanish municipality belonging to the Region of Murcia. Capital and administrative center of the Northwest region and head of the Judicial District of Caravaca de la Cruz. It has a population of 25,591 inhabitants, 1 and its extension is 859.51 km². It is located 625 meters above sea level.Caravaca de la Cruz is a place of reference for the cult of the Catholic Church, since since 1998, during the papacy of John Paul II, it has been classified as one of the ten holy cities of this religious denomination2, having the privilege of celebrating the Year Jubilar in perpetuity every seven years around the Most Holy and Vera Cruz de Caravaca. The first of them took place in 2003 and included the visit of Cardinal Ratzinger, who was later elected as Pope with the denomination of Benedict XVI. Due to this circumstance, and by the very name of the Municipality, it is also known as "The City of the Cross".Besides being known for the Christian relic and its beautiful Old Town of medieval origin, it is also for the Patron Saint Festivities in honor of it, held between May 1 and 5 of each year, declared of International Tourist Interest in 2004 Along with the processions and parades of Moors and Christians, the celebration of the Caballos del Vino, which at present aspires to be declared an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by Unesco, is especially relevant.