During the 15th century, Vélez Rubio that happens to be a fortified medieval hill-town, was completely abandoned and the entire population was moved towards east in order to make them closer to the sources of water as well as fields. La Encarnación church which is the largest in the entire province, square towers, octagonal belfries, unpainted carved wooden altarpiece, etc. are included in a few of the fascinations that the town has to offer. Life in Vélez Rubio is quite charming with a number of different restaurants, cafes, and bars at your disposal. Furthermore, a considerably large market that spans the four major streets of the town is more than sufficient to provide with the daily households. Further places of interest include Vélez Blanco. For the finest rates of property in Vélez Rubio, contacting RMB Spain would be a good idea.