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This is dedicated to the study of the BULLAS surname along with similar :- BULLIS, BULLUS, BULLA, BULLOUS
I found this on: https://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/Bullas

The Origen of the name BULLAS: recorded as Bolas, Bullas, Bullis, Bullus,Bullowes, Bullesse,  and probably others, this is an English Surname. It is medieval, occupational and some times residential, and describes a person who lived by or worked at a ‘bull house’.  This presumably was a specially built strong house to retain bulls, r it may simply have been a place where bulls were kept separate from the cows. Either way it is a very early surname with John de la Bulehouse appearing in the patent rolls foor the county of Hamshire in the year 1224. Other early recordings showing the surname development include Henry de Bolus in the subsidy Tax Register of Derbyshire in 1327, Thomas Bulluse and John Boulose who appear in the manorial records for what was later to become the city of Sheffield in the year 1478 and John Bullus in the same manorial records, and even possibly the same person, but in 1502 . Over the centuries, given the lack of education and the strong local dialects,

surnames have continued to develop, even into the 21st century.

Read more: https://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/Bullas#ixzz5wVVCVV

A Town called Bullas
Bullas is a municipality and town in the region of Murcia, south east Spain, located 53 km from the provincial capital, Murcia. It is the highest municipality in the region of Murcia after Moratalia
The surrounding area is noted for the production of wine.

Below is a photo of  ‘The Salto Del Usero in Bullas’.