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Bluehertz Audio guides is in the professional business of providing audio guide equipment and tour guide systems to museums, expositions, private industries, and public and private institutions. We focus on the sale and rental of equipment and services. This includes scripting, translating and producing the audio in different languages. We also accommodate video production. Descriptive audio guides for the blind, and video guides using sign language for deaf users are also available.

Bluehertz maintains its own audio guide systems and equipment, the result of its continuing development in the latest hardware and software applications in the audio guide and tour guide field.


The following entities have implemented the products and services of Bluehertz Audio guides.

Audioguide Zaragoza Tourism
Audioguide City of Huelva
Audio guide City of Avila
Audio guide City of Gandia
Audio guide Dinastia Vivanco Museum
Audio guide City of Nerja
Audio guide of Mallorca
Audio guide City of Llucmajor
Audio guide City of Puertollano. Mining Museum
Audio guide City of Tomelloso
Audio guide of Tomelloso Museum
Audio guide City of Cuellar
Audio guide of Visitor Center Puerta del Atlántico
Tour guide system and audio guide Ministry of Tourism
Audio guide Foundation San Francisco de Borja
Audio guide City of Denia
Audio guide City of Puerto del Rosario
Tour guide system and audio guide Junta de Castilla y León
Audio guide City of Bocairent
Audio guide of Baeza
Audio guide of Wild Fauna
Cablecar of Teide Mountain, tour guide system
Audio guide Diputación de Sevilla
Audio guide Caves of San Josep
Audio guide of Sierra Greenway
Tour guide system and audio guide of Junta de Andalucia
Audio guide City of Aranjuez
Audio guide of greenways
Tour guide system Basque Government
Audio guide Museum of farming
Tour guide system Civil Protection
Audio guide City of Aguilas
Audio guide of Spanish Agency for International Cooperation for Development
Tour guide system of Volcano Life Experience
Audio guide of Wine Cathedral
Audio guide of Catalonia in Miniature
Audio guide of Benalmadena Cable Car
Wireless tour guide system for Diócesis de León
Tour guide system Army Air
Tour guide system Municipal Tourism of Tarragona
Tour guide system and audio guide Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment
Tour guide system and audio guide University of Leon
Tour guide system and audio guide Ecole Superierure d Agricultura
Audio guide Museum of Hunting
Tour guide system joint board of Arousa Norte
Audio guide Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia
Audio guide of Association for Rural Development of the Island of La Palma
Tour guide system and audio guide, Mantecado Museum of Estepeña - Estepa, Sevilla
Archaeological Museum Audio Guide
Audio guide Trujillo Tourism
Tour guide system and audio guide Xunta de Galicia
Audio guide of Cabañeros
Tour guide system Ministry of Defence
Tour guide system and audio guide Diputación de Cadiz
Tour guide system Generalitat Valenciana
Guide systems, guided groups OGMA Aeronautics of Portugal
Audioguides for the City of Onil - Doll Museum
Audio guides Foundation Casa Rosalia de Castro
Audio guides Fallas Benicarlo
Audio guides Dianova
Tour guide system and audio guide for Turismo Gipuzkoa
Tour guide system and audio guide for Bardenas Reales National Park
Audioguides for Geoparkea Park
Audioguides for Diócesis de Coria-Cáceres
Tour guide system and audio guide for Diputación de Cataluña
Audioguides for Signinum Portugal
Wireless tour guide system for Seminario Redemptoris Mater Virgen del Camino
Audioguides for House of Picasso
Tour guide system and audio guide for Euskadi Turismo
Tour guide system and audio guide for Gobierno de Navarra
Tour guide system and audio guide for Bank of Spain
Audio guide Parques Reunidos
Audio guides, tours, Ria de Aveiro
Audioguides for Cabrera de Mar
Tour guide system and audio guide for Diputación de Palencia
Audioguide Church of Frómista
Audio guide service, viajes Barceló
Rental wireless guide systems, Koopera, Cáritas
Audio guide of Agreda
Tour guide System, Filiptour, Bulgaria
Tours, audio guides, Aveiro Emotions
Tour guide System, Dary Travel
Audio guides and scripts, Paleo y Más
Audioguides, activities, la Garrotxa, Girona
Guide service group, Pinhal Tour, Portugal
Audio guides of the Museum of the Royal Guard, House of His Majesty the King
Audio guides of Marquis of Cerralbo Museum, Madrid
Audio guide service, Foundation Mercedes Calles and Carlos Ballestero
Audio guide service, tours Lisbon, Tuk Tuk Tejo, Portugal
Audio guides Service, Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport
Audio guide service, temporary exhibitions, Telefónica Foundation
Tour guide System, Wake Forest, the University
Audioguias, exhibitions, Mediaset España
Audioguides for Gurvich Museum, Montevideo
Audio guides for museums, Madrid City Council
Radioguides ALSA
Audioguide Council of Alcora
Tour Guide System Coosur
Tour Guide System Populo
Tour guide system Swiss Krono Group
Audios Alcalá de Henares Council
Radioguides Centre Pompidou Málaga
Audioguides Museu faller Gandía
Radioguides Seturja
Tour guide system Huercasa
Radioguides Schneider Electric
Audioguides Council of Almagro
Radioguides SEC
Tour guide system AMORIM
App Council of Quart de Poblet
Audio guides and radioguides Museo del Fuego y los Bomberos
Radioguides Academia General del Aire
Audioguides and audios Council of Alcaudete
Tour guide system Cosentino
Radioguides On the spot, Telefonica
Radioguides University of Coimbra
Radioguides Autoneum
Audioguides Picasso Museum
Tour guide system Vía Célere
Audioguides Council of Jaraba
Radioguides Concello de Boiro
Audiogudes Lukscolor, Brasil
Audioguides Eulen Group
Radioguides Viajes InterRias
Tour guide system Istituto Stomatologico Toscano, Italia
Audioguides El Museo Canario
Tour guide system University San Diego
Signoguides Council of Medina de Rio Seco
Audioguides Council of Rincón de la Victoria
Audioguides Mancomunidad Costa del Sol Occidental
Radioguides TDK EPCOS
Tour Guide Systems Donostia Turismoa
Tour guide system Loewe
Audioguides and audios Turismo de Torrevieja
Tour Guide System Nivea
Radioguides ID Logistics


Below, you can find audio guides describing interesting places of Spain.

Audio guide of Cabañeros National Park

Welcome to Cabañeros National Park Visitors’ Center. My colleagues have chosen me to accompany you on a tour through the rooms that we are going to visit. We’ll discover many treasures and secrets that hold this wonderful natural park. I have many things to tell you, so let's get going. But before we begin, let me introduce myself. My name is Silvia and I’ve been working in this park for many years. I'm a biologist and I take care of different tasks related to the care of many species that can be found in this park. There is never two days alike in my work. In the park everything is a magical world, constantly changing, where there’s hardly a week that we don’t enjoy an intense and unrepeatable moment. It’s difficult to choose one day in particular. It could be the stunning deer bellow. The migratory passage...

Audioguide of Cabañeros National Park

Audio guide of Aranjuez (dramatized and for children)

The first Spanish Habsburgs established the itinerant Castilian court in the centre of Spain, and Aranjuez - between Toledo and Spain - became the regular residence of Emperor Charles V; subsequently, Phillip II of Spain came up with the idea of a system of Royal Sites around the new capital. The court would remain in Madrid during the winter and it would embark on the Royal Progresses the rest of the year: Aranjuez in spring, Escorial in summer and Granja in autumn. Throughout Europe, royal sites were a display of the most refined architecture, gardening and decorative arts. King Ferdinand VI and his wife Barbara of Portugal were deeply in love with this city, and during their pacific reign, astounding celebrations were the norm in a courtly, populous, comfortable and cheerful town. During the reign of CHARLES III...

Audio guide of Aranjuez

Audioguide of Royal Bardenas Natural Park

The striking scenery of Bardena is the result of the geologic material that makes up its soils, as well as its climate. Distinctly hard materials (limestone, sandstone and conglomerate rock) alternate with those that are soft (loam, clay, silt and gypsum) and this has brought about a rapid and intense erosion.
The result is a great depression called La Blanca, surrounded by a set of reliefs in the form of tablelands. El Plano is a large plateau, which we can see to our left and which faces north. El Plano is 500 meters above sea level. To our right, facing south, are a series of staggered planes, the greatest example being La Plana de la Negra (The Black Plane), at 650 meters above sea level... 

Audioguide of Royal Bardenas Natural Park

Audio guide of Catalunya in Miniature Park

The biggest miniature theme park in Europe, featuring more than 150 of Catalonia’s landmark buildings on a scale of 1:25…..in other words 25 times smaller than the originals. All models have been handmade, using different densities of polyurethane because this petroleum-based material can be modelled and sculpted. It has the advantage of being able to withstand bad weather and won’t expand or shrink with changing temperatures. Before starting our visit we would like to remind you that the park has a coffee shop and WCs at your disposal. You can also find plenty of souvenirs at the park shop. Once you’ve been round the models you can take a ride on Jacob’s train which runs for 980 metres on a 15 inch gauge railway line. The journey, which lasts for over 10 minutes, gives you a complementary panoramic experience...

Audio guide of Catalunya in Miniature Park

Audio guide of the Wine Cathedral

Modernism in Catalonia was a political and cultural movement aimed at modernizing Catalan society and placing it within the European socio-economic context. Among others, it stood out mainly due to the splendid works of architecture, some of which were classified as World Heritage by UNESCO, such as the Guell Park, the Sagrada Familia Cathedral and the Batlló House ...). The Catalonia Commonwealth was the driving force behind the cooperative movement, which laid the foundation for the food industry in the early twentieth century. Different farmers joined efforts in order to increase production, share costs and reach new markets. These groups created an innovative trend resulting in an unknown synergy at that time, thanks to the union between the industry which sought functionality, optimization and result, and Modernist...

Audio guide of the Wine Cathedral

Audio guide of Saint Joseph’s Underground River Caves

Welcome to Saint Joseph’s Underground River Caves. They represent an impressive Karst complex formed by five interconnected caves. The entire complex is name after the largest cave known as the Saint Joseph’s or the Fountain’s, for being an active hypogeal upwelling of water which is the source of the Belcaire River. With such water volume, has made the river navigable most of its course, and because of that the cave has been declared of tourist interest managed by the Town Council of Vall d'Uixo. Today it has been explored and mapped 2,384 meters, but this is not the cave’s total length, and despite multiple visits by speleologists, the origin of the river has not yet found nor the cave’s end. To the left it can be observed some cave paintings from the Paleolithic era which have been declared World Heritage Site by...

Audio guide of Saint Joseph’s Underground River Caves

Audio guide of Zaragoza

We are before La Aljafería, the most important Islamic civil construction of the XI century which was erected as a leisure palace by the Muslim monarchs of Zaragoza. It was also the headquarters of the first order cultural court, where King Al-Muqtadir surrounded himself with scientists and intellectuals, turning it into one of the most exciting periods in the city's history. We can still recall the splendour of the taifal palace when entering the Patio of Santa Isabel, strolling past the orange trees, under the arcades, looking out the oratory and contemplating its entirety from the Golden Room. It is worth stopping at the oratory or mihrab, which faces the Mecca and is of small dimensions due to its private use.In this area, the mixtilinear and multi-foliated arches of indisputable quality are also worth mentioning, making La Aljafería...

Audio guide of Zaragoza

Audio guide of Trujillo

Welcome to Trujillo! With this audio guide we will show you Trujillo and we’ll help you discover the most important places and monuments of a city full of history. It´s castle, palaces, churches, towers, ancestral residences and convents talk us about a past that remains and refuses to disappear. Trujillo is located 567 meters above the sea level, between the basin of Tagus and Guadiana Rivers. This city counts with a population of 10.000 citizens and is set in a hill surrounded by a peculiar landscape called The Berrocal, which is notorious by its granite outcrops. A popular folk song talks about it: “Whenever you go to Trujillo, wherever you come in, you will find a stony ground mile.” In the middle Ages, Trujillo was a walled city, which was accessed by 7 doors, of which only 5 remain. As the population grew, Trujillo gradually expanded and...

Audio guide of Trujillo

Audio guide of Huelva

In 1873 the Spanish Government decreed that the Mines of Rio Tinto should be sold. This event lead opened the door to British investment in the mines of the province. Previously French and other European countries had converted Huelva overnight from a rural area to an area of the Industrial Revolution, with all its associated advantages and social upheaval. The most comprehensive book about Rio Tinto has the same title as this section “Not on Queen Victoria's Birthday” and was writen by David Avery in 1974. The impact of the acquistion of them mines by the English was felt immediately. The first of the necescesities to be dealt with was the need to transport minerals from the north of the province, creating for this purpose significant and modern infrastructure which subsituted the traditional animal-drawn vehicles...

Audio guide of Huelva

Audio guide of the Sierra Greenway

As you’ll discover along the visit, this ecologically priceless greenway runs through the old Jerez-Almargen railroad route. Today, you can enjoy 36.5 Kms. linking the towns of Puerto Serrano and Olvera in Cadiz province. It also runs through the Sevillian municipalities of Coripe, Coronil, Montellano and Pruna. It is mainly known by its beautiful landscape in an exuberant natural environment with valuable animals and plant species, as well as the chance to enjoy activities such as hiking, bicycle touring or horse riding, in beautiful harmony with nature. It has 30 tunnels, 4 viaducts and 4 completely restored train stations. Three of them (in Olvera, Coripe and Puerto Serrano) are now hotel-restaurants, and the fourth, the Zaframagón train station, is today an Ornithological Interpretation Center and Bird Observatory...

Audio guide of the Sierra Greenway

Audio guide of Cuéllar

“Shall the collection of taxes be used to repair the walls…”. This phrase can be found in a text dating back to 1264, an announcement made by King Alfonso X to the town of Cuéllar which proves that the walls existed before the 13th Century, as can also be inferred from the fortified towers, gates and arches in which brickwork alternates with stonework. The construction of the city walls of Cuéllar dates back to the 12th Century. They were rebuilt and extended during the 14th and 15th centuries for defensive purposes mainly using limestone mortar and stone (stonework). The Moorish technique of using brickwork is present in the more ancient gates and fortified towers, such as the Gate of Saint Basil, the fortified tower to the southeast of the castle, the Arch of Saint Andrew and the remains of the Gate of the Caves. The construction...

Audio guide of Cuéllar

Audio guide of Baeza and route of Antonio Machado

In order to understand the Baeza of today, we need to go back to the first settlers, and see how from those settlements the city was forming-- until it became a medieval walled metropolis, due to a privileged geographic-defensive location. The first inhabitants settled at the well-known “Hill of the Alcázar”. Currently is the location of an archaeological site that shows a very lengthy sequence of occupation. It began in the Bronze Age, and later evolved into the Iberian city of Viatia o Vivatia, as the remains show--changing still later to the Roman Age, when Biatia was one of the most important Roman cities, until the arrival of the Muslims, who established the definitive wall limits. What once was the medieval wall, was consolidated by adding towers and gates that gave way to the city pathways. The names have been preserved as time...

Audio guide of Baeza and route of Antonio Machado

Visit to Salamanca

Welcome to Salamanca, a city famous for being home to one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Spain as well as its historical-artistic heritage. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1988 and was given the title of the European Capital of Culture 2002, over a decade later together with Bruges. A walk through the historic center while listening to this audio guide will allow you to discover the different architectural styles of its monuments, given that Salamanca features manifestations of Roman, Romanesque, Gothic, Mudejar, Renaissance, Plateresque, Baroque, and the Neoclassical art architectural style. We will see religious and civil buildings constructed from the well-known Villamayor stone, a type of sandstone of a golden color which provides the structure with a distinctive character...

Audio guide of Salamanca

Visit to Cáceres

Welcome to Cáceres, a World Heritage city since 1986 and the third monumental complex of Europe, after Florence and Tallinn. We are going to venture inside the 16th-century walled city, where we will discover the remnants of the different cultures who passed through here and left their mark. The first to do so were the Romans, who in 35 BC founded the Norba Caesarina colony on an old indigenous settlement. From this era, we have conserved the layout of the wall and one of the access gates, commonly referred to as the Arco del Cristo, which the audio guide will describe in detail and which is where the Vía de la Plata entered the city. The Roman colony was lost with the arrival of the barbarians, causing a dark period to follow... 

Audioguide of Cáceres

Audio guide of Nerja

The Cave of Nerja is a natural archaeological formation originating from a type of calcified rock, known as Karst type rock, and which is home to a certain area where the rock rises up to form the thickest example in the world of a structure formed by the fusion of a stalactite and stalagmite, as certified by the Guinness Book of Records, 1989. The cavity is an example of archaeological stratification which spans a period from 25,000 to 3,600 years ago, that bear witness to the passage of our hunter-gatherer ancestors and of their fisherman counterparts. The cave in Nerja was used as an abode, a burial place and as a centre point for cultural rituals. The cave paintings found on the site make use of a range of coloured pigments ranging from red to black. Amongst the animals depicted we can find horses, deer...

Audio guide of Nerja

Audio guide of Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura

Puerto del Rosario is hardly two centuries old. As it is the administrative capital city, it is also a reference for commercial, industrial, cultural, leisure and tourist issues. From the Sea Promenade and along this avenue, we can reach Playa Blanca in a few minutes by foot. There, we will find a 800 metres long beach with fine golden sand, characterized by the weather and peace that can be enjoyed in Fuerteventura. The open-air sculpture park, made up by more than 100 works, decorates the streets with their beauty and creates a very peculiar cultural environment. The municipality of Puerto del Rosario extends from the east coast to the west coast of the island. To the north it borders on the municipality of La Oliva and to the south on Betancuria and Antigua, whereas to the east and west its coasts are bathed by the Atlantic Ocean. The population of our city...

Audio guide of Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura

Audio guide of Puertollano´s Mining Museum

Welcome to the Puertollano's Mining Museum. This audio guide will serve as an easy way to discover the city's mining history as well as the traditions and living conditions of the mine workers. The guide has been structured to match the various zones of the museum: the ground floor, upper floor and image mine. At the same time, each block is divided into various audio tracks which will help you to obtain a better understanding of the museum's contents. Puertollano's Mining Museum is located in the North Shaft Park, location of the old North Mine which was the property of the Peñarroya Metal Mining Society. Construction of the northern shaft began in 1928 and the shaft remained in use until 1973. Once mining activity ceased here, all the machinery from the North Shaft was desmantled and the majority of the buildings demolished, leaving only the metallic headframe...

Audio guide of Puertollano´s Mining Museum

Visit to Ávila

In pre-Roman times (5th century BC), Ávila was inhabited by the Vettones, who called it Obila ("High Mountain") and built one of their strongest fortresses here. There are Bronze Age stone statues of boars (known as verracio) nearby. Gate Alcazar Ávila may have been the ancient town known as Abula, mentioned by Ptolemy in his Geographia (II 6, 60) as being located in the Iberian region of Bastetania. Abula is mentioned as one of the first towns in Hispania that was converted to Christianity by Secundus of Abula (San Segundo), however, Abula may alternatively have been the town of Abla. After the conquest by ancient Rome, the town was called Abila or Abela. The plan of the town remains typically Roman; rectangular in shape, with its two main streets (cardo and decumanus) intersecting at a forum in the centre. Roman remains that are embedded...

Visit to Avila

Visit to Tomelloso

Located in the land of Don Quixote, Tomelloso is a modern and active city, whose mature rural taste has been preserved and is in perfect harmony with the modern character of a city that continues to grow, a birthplace of many important artists and with an extensive dedication to wine. Its emblematic buildings, old distillery chimneys, caves and popular bombos are a sign of identity. Together with the Quixote Route and Wine Route of La Mancha, its modernity and prosperity and the essence of its traditions create a mix that engrosses the visitor and invites to the best of memories. Tomelloso is a welcoming and friendly city with a gastronomy based on products of the region, where tasting ratatouille, charcoal grilled meat, lamb stew, migas and gachas is a must. Its sweets and cakes are worth mentioning: hojuelas, flores, typical Easter pastries and those...

Visit to Tomelloso

Visit to Llucmajor

The name of Llucmajor is probably composed by the Latin words lucus maioris, which mean “greater forest”. Semantically, it is likely that the called farmstead Llucmajor was populated with a great forest. The prehistoric settlement of Capocorb Vell, in the south of Llucmajor, is the most known exponent of the Bronze Age. It represents a myth within the prehistoric investigation thanks to its conservation and it is the most important talayotic settlement in the East Mediterranean. Also, it is one of the most extensive settlements of the island as well as one of the first places that have been excavated and studied. Phoenicians, Greeks, Carthaginians and Romans left their influence until the arrival of the Christianity. A fragmented tablet is the only testimony of those times and written in it only a single word as a toponym...

Visit to Llucmajor

Visit to Gandía

It is the most outstanding and oldest building in the city. Structured around two courtyards, its interior deploys a range of styles that cover the centuries from the 14th up to the 20th. Property of the Jesuits since 1887, its interior can be viewed through guided tours. The tour starts at a virtual reality exhibit named “Espai de les Emocions”. It is also known as the Palau dels Borja, because in 1485, when Pope Alexander VI bought the duchy of Gandia from Ferdinand the Catholic for his children, the palace became the residence of the new line of dukes. Its origins go back a century and a half earlier, to the era of the royal dukes of the Crown of Aragon. From the era of Alfons el Vell (14th and 15th c.) the entrance door with a round arch; the inside bolt with the four stripes of the Crown of Aragon, the arch to the courtyard; the top section...

Visit to Gandía

Audio guide of Denia

During the 20th century, Denia underwent unprecedented economic growth thanks to dry raisin cultivation and commerce, and became a small capital city with a prosperous middle class. Hotels and casinos were built; several maritime shipping companies were established, which linked Denia Port and European, African and American ports, as well as consulates of different countries. The ancient city extended towards the port, and medieval walls were demolished. New streets were created: Marqués de Campo (where we are now) and Calle Diana. Mr. José Campo was an influent Valencian politician, who had family in Denia. He promoted the construction of Carcaixent-Denia railroad and Denia Port works. King Alfonso XII of Spain awarded him the Marqués de Campo title...

Audio guide of Denia

Audio guide of Benalmádena Cable Car

Welcome to the Benalmádena Cable Car!!! We are about to travel uphill for just over one and a half miles, starting from the town centre of Arroyo de la Miel, at about 500 feet above sea level and ending up at 2,500 feet on the summit of Mount Calamorro. The climb takes approximately 15 minutes and we will be travelling at an average speed of about eleven and a half feet per second. The origins of Arroyo de la Miel date back to 1784 when Félix Solesio bought the plot of land on which the Plaza de España square stands today in order to build a card stock factory. However, it went bankrupt in 1803 and the land was shared out amongst the workers. They built their houses and that’s how the square was created. Then the town began to grow and it became the place we know today. The name of Arroyo de la Miel, which in English translates as...

Audio guide of Benalmádena Cable Car

Audio guide of Águilas

We start from the Aguilas tourism office, and work our way westward, crossing Isaac Peral street, to reach the building in which the Casino of Aguilas is situated. As we can see, the casino is located quite near the sea. It’s a building with a simple décor, but is notable for its noble facade. It has three floors, with the rooms spread around its spacious lobby. Ten allegorical paintings featured on the main floor, date from 1905, and are the works of Murcian José Sanchez, a disciple of the painter from Cartagena, Wessel de Guimbarda. The paintings are located on the ceiling of the portico that accesses the lobby, and on the surrounding walls. There were also, apparently, paintings in the adjoining rooms, but they are no longer there. It is one of the few examples of existing beach casinos in Murcia...

Audio guide of Águilas

Audio guide of the Museum of Archaeology

The need to creatinge a Museum of Archaeology in Águilas dates from the 19th century, at a time when there was a boom ofin this type of institutions. Even in the second half of the 18th century, as a result of the constant construction building activity in this area, numerous archaeological findings took place. These discoveries were related to the ancient settlement that lies underground. Among the main findings are the ruins of Roman baths, found in 1787, in a plot located on Rey Carlos III Street. The Archaeological Museum was inaugurated on November 20, 2000; therefore, it is a relatively new institution. It was created in order to achieve one main goal: integrating the conservation, protection, exhibition, research, and promotion of the local archaeological heritage, by encouraging the participation of the residents...

Audio guide of the Museum of Archaeology

Audio guide of Learning Center of the Sea

The Aguilas Learning Center of the Sea (CIMAR) is part of a program that has been formed under the Plan of Competitive Tourism: "Aguilas, sea and fishing". The Learning Center is financed by the Ministry of industry, energy and tourism, the autonomous community of the Region of Murcia, and the municipality of Águilas. This center has recently opened its doors, offering the visitor the necessary information and means to understand and enjoy the natural, cultural and maritime heritage of Aguilas. The center is focused on improving the perception and protection of the sea’s resources and culture. Also, it’s equipped to enhance the attractions of the city, redirecting the visitor to other points of interest, and natural landscapes. The objective is to offer a panoramic view of the sea at Aguilas, to seek the necessary commitment...

Audio guide of Learning Center of the Sea

Audio guide of Castle of San Juan

From the hill of the castle, we can enjoy impressive views of Aguilas and the surrounding countryside. The city is located on the southeast coast of the Region of Murcia, bordering Andalusia. This territory, due to the differences in terrain, , is isolated. For this reason, commercial activity has been historically made by sea. The history of the city is closely linked to the castle´s history. The population re-grew when the fortification was enabled, in the mid 18th century. The castle has recently been fully restored. It can be visited as an attraction in itself, or can form part of a morning out, visiting various sites in the town. It is one of the best places of cultural interest of the city. The castle of Saint John stands on the top of a mountain where, long ago, a Hisn, a Mussulmen fortress, was located. In the 16th century...

Audio guide of Castle of San Juan

Audioguide the Frenchmen Cave and surroundings

Welcome to Lora of Valdivia. From this point on, we’ll be on a tour through a number of selected sites in order to better know this protected natural area of Covalagua. As we walk through, we will have a detailed look at the Frenchmen Cave, the standing stone of Cantohito, the Wolves Well, the Valcabado viewpoint, and several other ítems of interest. Lora of Valdivia, due to its vast extension eastwards, shares its territory with the Burgos and Palencia provinces, known as the Lora Moorland. It is part of a unique landscape which also includes the Lora of the Tuerces, Peña Mesa, the Ulaña and Peña Amaya. All these Loras stand out in the landscape like real castles, and in many cases throughout history, they have been used as fortresses and natural shelters by their inhabitants. If you have time, we suggest...

Audioguide the Frenchmen Cave and surroundings

Audioguide of Cabrera de Mar

These public thermae comprised vast baths with a surface area of about 450 square metres. They had changing rooms or an apodyterium, a warm water hall or tepidarium, a hot water hall or caldarium and a dry sauna or circular Turkish baths. A heating system running from two ovens and a system of cisterns were channelled and distributed beneath the floor. We can still see the stands which held up the ladles used for refreshing themselves. Nearly all the halls were paved and a large part of the walls were plastered and covered with well-preserved tiles.
One of the site’s most relevant elements is the ceiling. It formed a complicated system of vaults and domes with small pieces, tubes or ceramic receptacles which fitted together and at the same time joined again with iron connectors...

Audioguide of Cabrera de Mar

Audioguide the Onil Doll Museum

Ramon Mira, a civil guard by profession and very fond of plastic arts (in the room there is a self-portrait exposed which shows how good he was as an artist), was the first doll maker in Spain using fire clay around 1877. He painted, applied make-up and decorated the dolls while his wife made their dresses.
Soon the fire clay, due to its fragility, was replaced by a home-made ointment made with carob bean flour, caustic soda, potato starch, sawdust, chopped pine bark and bits of cardboard, which was given the name of "mush". Once the mix was cold, it would fill in the iron and bronze molds to create the different doll’s parts (arms, legs, body and head). Later, these pieces would be joined together with a string so that the doll could have movement...

Audioguide the Onil Doll Museum

Audioguide of Casares

To visit Casares to fill ourselves with the essence of Andalusia in its purest form. This city has the privilege of being the birthplace of Blas Infante, better known as father of the Andalusian homeland. The city center, declared an historic-artistic site since 1978, immerses us in a web of white streets of Moorish design, where we can delight ourselves in its truly unique corners.
The Arab Castle, crowning the village, provides us with a wonderful panorama of the countryside, with views of the sea and mountains. From there, one can see Sierra Crestellina, the Mountain of the Duque, Sierra Bermeja (named for the reddish color of its peridotite rock, and which possesses the endemic species of Pinsapo, or “Spanish Fir”. Also close by, a natural area on the first order containing truly spectacular karst formations...

Audioguide of Casares