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  • Aínsa.

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    Aínsa. Aínsa-Sobrarbe. Huesca. (Aragon) The village, which was the capital of the old Kingdom of Sobrarbe, and was later incorporated into the Kingdom of Aragon in the 11th century, constitutes a magnificent example of medieval urban development. The historic quarter of the village of Ainsa, declare…

  • Ares del Maestre.

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    … Ares del Maestrat. Castellón - Castelló. (Valencia) The town of Ares del Maestre sits on the top of a rocky hill, on a privileged location that overlooks the beautiful and rugged landscape of the region of El Maestrazgo. On the mound that dominates the town, we have the ruins of an ancient castle, w…

  • Ayna.

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    Ayna. Albacete. (Castile-La Mancha) Located deep into the gorge formed by Mundo river, in a unique and rough natural setting, we find Ayna, one of the most picturesque towns in the area. Because of its special location, and in order to take advantage of the limited available surface, the people of A…

  • Calaceite.

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    Calaceite. Teruel. (Aragon) A museum has been established in Calaceite with the aim of commemorating and spreading the name of Don Joan Cabré (1882-1947), an illustrious archaeologist. Calaceite is situated on the western side of a hill, between the Matarraña and Alga valleys. It is a delighful town…

  • Castellar de n'Hug.

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    Castellar de n'Hug. Barcelona. (Catalonia) Castellar de N’Hug is a very typical town located on the northern end of the province of Barcelona, within the region of Berguedà. Surrounded by an exuberant natural setting, the city centre preserves beautiful examples of Catalan Romanesque architecture. C…

  • Castellfollit de la Roca.

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    Castellfollit de la Roca. Girona. (Catalonia) A unique landscape. Castellfollit de la Roca is one of the most picturesque villages in Catalonia. It is set between the Fluviá and Toronell Rivers. Its church and houses cling to the top of a spectacular basalt rock face, and this has become one of the …

  • Jaca.

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    Jaca. Huesca. (Aragon) http://www.jaca.es/turismo.html. Jaca is known as the "pearl of the Pyrenees". It is a cosmopolitan European city, and an important stop along the "Camino de Santiago", the Pilgrim's Road to Santiago de Compostela. In Jaca we must visit the "Ciudadela" (citadel), a great examp…

  • Ribes de Freser.

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    Ribes de Freser. Girona. (Catalonia) Sport and adventure. Ribes de Freser is sheltered by the lofty peaks of the Catalonian Pyrenees, and is at the point of convergence of three rivers: the Rigard, the Segadell and the Freser. One of its most picturesque streets is Cerdanya. It maintains the essence…

  • Benasque.

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    Benasque. Huesca. (Aragon) The spectacular scenery of the Benasque valley makes it the ideal place for many sports, both during summer and winter. The village is located in the old Ribagorza county, formed by the valleys that surround the Esera river. Benasque is surrounded by the highest concentrat…

  • Beceite.

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    Beceite. Teruel. (Aragon) Part of the district has been a national hunting reserve since 1966, and one of the most important populations of Spanish goats in the Iberian Peninsula lives in Puertos.Beceite sits on a low ridge on the right bank of the river Matarraña. The town has several significant b…

  • Cantavieja.

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    Cantavieja. Teruel. (Aragon) The stones and dwellings of the historic capital of Alto Maestrazgo are home not only to a splendid heritage of architecture and monuments, but echo with ancient legends and battles. Its historic quarter has the Property of Cultural Interest designation. The locality has…

  • Capileira.

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    Capileira. Granada. (Andalusia) Located in the Poqueira ravine, between the Mediterranean coast and Sierra Nevada, Capileira has a special charm, typical of the towns that are on Alpujarra's route. Capileira has the typical appearance of the towns of the region of Alpujarra, Granada, with houses tha…

  • Esterri d'Aneu.

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    Esterri d'Aneu. Esterri d'Àneu. Lleida. (Catalonia) Mountains and valleys outline the landscape that surrounds Esterri D’Àneu, in the region of Pallars Sobirà, Lerida. This natural setting is excellent for taking excursions to discover the Aigüestortes National Park.Sheltered by the castle of Valenc…

  • Ezcaray.

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    Ezcaray. La Rioja. Sitting in the Sierra de la Demanda mountains, on the banks of the river Oja, the town of Ezcaray and its surrounding area are as ideal for those who seek rest and peace and quiet as they are for mountaineering fans. Outstanding in the town centre is the church of Santa María la M…

  • Espot.

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    Espot. Lleida. (Catalonia) Located at the gates of the Aigüestortes National Park, Espot is one of the most beautiful towns in the region of Pallars Sobirà. The Espot Esquí ski resort is equipped with the most advanced facilities, and an interesting array of leisure activities and possibilities.Loca…

  • Graus.

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    Graus. Huesca. (Aragon) Graus offers the traveller a city centre filled with historic vestiges. This was the town where Joaquin Costa, a distinguished intellectual, was born and died. The most important festivities in Graus, declared of national tourist interest, are held from the 12th to the 15th o…

  • Grazalema.

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    Grazalema. Cadiz. (Andalusia) This is the highest and most mountainous municipality of the province of Cádiz, as well as the rainiest of the Iberian Peninsula. Its entirety is included in the Natural Reserve of the Sierra Grazalema mountain range, and thus today it is a tourist destination in tune w…

  • La Pobla de Segur.

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    … Pobla de Segur, La. Lleida. (Catalonia) Adventure sports and history. La Pobla de Segur is alongside the Noguera Pallaressa River and is one of the most historic villages in the Lleida Pyrenees. The streets of its medieval old town lead to two gates, Orteu and Parrau. Calle Mayor is the most outstan…

  • Mirambel.

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    Mirambel. Teruel. (Aragon) One of the gems of the Maestrazgo, in the province of Teruel, is the mediaeval town of Mirambel, whose architectural site received the “Europa Nostra” Award for restoration some years ago. Its historic quarter has the Property of Cultural Interest designation. Located on a…

  • Miranda del Castañar.

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    Miranda del Castañar. Salamanca. (Castile-Leon) In the heart of the Sierra de Francia Mountains (Salamanca province), you will find Miranda del Castañar. Its old town has been declared Property of Cultural Interest. Miranda del Castañar is a medieval town, made up of masonry and wooden buildings, ty…

  • Olot.

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    Olot. Girona. (Catalonia) It is the capital of the region of Garrotxa. The medieval buildings that made up this town were destroyed in the 1427 and 1428 earthquakes. At present, the most remarkable feature of the city is its intense cultural and artistic life. Olot still preserves some interesting m…

  • Peralejos de las Truchas.

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    Peralejos de las Truchas. Guadalajara. (Castile-La Mancha) Among the towns that settled along the course of the Upper Tajo river, we have Peralejos de las Truchas, almost at the border with the province of Cuenca. Among steep cliffs, formed by the course of the Tajo river, we find this town, in the …

  • Puebla de Sanabria.

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    Puebla de Sanabria. Zamora. (Castile-Leon) Its position high on a bend protected by the confluence of the rivers Tera and Castro, made Puebla de Sanabria a strategic site and the scene of a great many battles throughout history. The town has been recognized as a Historic-Artistic Site. It still pres…

  • Rascafría.

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    Rascafría. Madrid. Rascafría is a beautiful, peaceful town in the northwestern area of the Madrid region, sitting in the incomparable geographic surroundings of the the Lozoya valley. In town is the parish church of San Andrés Apóstol, dating from the 15th century and restored in the 20th century, w…