If you go to Benamejí on Lord´s Day don’t take your eyes off the ground so as not to damage the exquisite carpets of dyed salt that decorate more than a kilometre of pavement of the town´s streets.
Each carpet magnificently portrays an evangelical scene and qualifies
as a genuine work of art. This can be a good excuse to get to
know this town whose every street exudes nobility and which has
as its principal monuments the parish church of La Inmaculada
de la Concepción, the hermitage of San Sebastian and the
Virgen de García Sanctuary.