Los Mojones del Reino Beniel is a municipality in the very heart of the Murcian orchard, right next to the Alicante-Murcia border.  The Segura river has historically flooded this lovely town, thus erasing any historical trace in it.

In Plaza de Ramón y Cajal, square right next to the City Hall, stands the 18th-century Baroque Church of San Bartolomé.
If you drive into this municipality from Alicante you will come across the famous “Mojones del Reino”, a group of pyramid-shaped monoliths used in 1320 to mark the border between the kingdoms of Aragon and Castile. The monoliths now marks the border between the regions of Murcia and Valencia.

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Los Mojones del Reino
Ayuntamiento de Beniel
Iglesia parroquial de San Bartolomé
Plaza Ramón y Cajal
Plaza de San José
Teatro Pujante
Ermita de la Basca. Nuestra Señora del Amor Hermoso
Beniel. Huerta


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