There are many tours available offering the perfect opportunity to see this historic Spanish town.

Lorca (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈloɾka]) is a municipality and city in the autonomous community of the Region of Murcia in south-eastern Spain, 58 kilometres (36 mi) southwest of the city of Murcia. The municipality had a population of 95, 515 in 2020, up from the 2001 census total of 77, 477. Lorca is the municipality with the second largest surface area in Spain, 1,675.21 km2 (646.80 sq mi),[2] after Cáceres. The city is home to Lorca Castle and the Collegiate church dedicated to St. Patrick.

In the Middle Ages Lorca was the frontier city between Christian and Muslim Spain. Even earlier to that during the Roman period it was ancient Ilura or Heliocroca of the Romans.