This route starts in the beautiful village of Letur, where tourists may visit the Paroquial Church of Santa María built at the beginning of the XVI century. It has one nave, with ribbed vaults and two side chapels. In the outside of the church, there are a renaissance façade with plateresque elements and a tower decorated with balls in the first top. The front of the San Sebastián old hermitage, the Town Council from the XVI century and the Concepción and San Sebastian hermitages are also of Gothic style. We proceed with Segura mountain range nice places ahead towards Yeste, mountain lightly village still marked by Muslims.
In this beautiful village the visitor may find interesting the Asunción Parish Church, which was built along the XVI century. The building of the church started at the end of the XV century and ended the following century, when a renaissance front was built. The temple has a polygonal five drapes abse with a star-shaped vault and a lot of sculptures, paintings and altarpieces.
Tourists may proceed to the Council square, made in the XVI century. Nowadays, it has a marketplace with two coats on the top, one from the villa of Yeste and the other one from the empire of Carlos V. Other interesting places are the Santiago Hermitage, maybe from the XVI century, and the Renaissance Town Council.