If your idea of a different (but equally incredible) holiday includes contact with nature, excursions through beautiful scenery and outdoor art, then the Bogarra Sculpture Route is a perfect alternative.
This is a 3-kilometre walk where you can contemplate and enjoy up to 60 works sculpted in stone, wood and marble that turn the landscape, which runs along the Hoz del río Madera, into a sculpture museum in the middle of nature.
And every year more and more works of this kind are added thanks to the work of artists from all over Spain, who every year visit the region to capture their art as their legacy through an event called landscape sculpture day, which is held at the initiative of local artist Lauren.
Do you want to know more about this place in the province of Albacete? Then take a look at this travel itinerary to find out what to do and see in one of the tourist destinations that should never be missing on your list of places to visit.
What to do and what to see during the Bogarra Sculpture Route?
Yes, it is true, the sculptures are a must on this route. And you’ll see them all along the tour, so don’t forget your camera to capture the best images and take them home as a nice souvenir.
The Plaza Mayor of Bogarra has become the starting point of this tour.
From there you will take Calle Muralla until you reach Calle del Moral. After crossing the Madera River bridge you will begin your tour of this area of supreme charm.