Casa Albada an old building of the middle of the XIX century, recently rebuilt and rehabilitated, in the year 2009, using the traditional techniques and materials: wooden, stone and mud. It has achieved a harmonious, wide and cozy environment. It has two attached houses, of full renting each one.
220 square meters with four spacious double bedrooms, each one with bathroom inside, living room with fireplace and kitchen. .
120 square meters, with two double bedrooms, two bathrooms inside the bedrooms, living room with fireplace, kitchen and toilet.
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Summary of all paleontological and archaeological history of the province, it is located in front of the Dehesa Park and public parking. The Celtiberian remains stand out above everything, especially ...
Numancia resisted the Roman Empire in various Celt Iberian-Roman wars until they were burnt by Cornelius Scipio in 133 BC. Both houses have been rebuilt and there is a route to walk the streets and se...
Iglesia de Santo Domingo
Its Romanesque facade, similar to the Notre Dame´s of Poitiers, is superb with archivolts of images from the New Testament, including the Apoccalypse, and a good figurative eardrum-tetramorfos- Pantoc...
En Casarejos, del 23 al 24 de enero
En Casarejos se festeja a San Ildefonso con unas danzas de paloteo en el interior de la parroquia, vistiendo los danzantes con trajes goyescos. Es común en varios pueblos del antiguo marquesado de San...
En Abejar, del 2 al 4 de febrero
Tradicional fiesta denominada de "Las Candelas" que se celebra todos los años del 2 al 4 de Febrero. Suelen celebrarse con teatro, misa con bendición de las candelas y vino español en el centro de la ...
Barrosa Martes Carnaval
En Abejar, 13 de febrero
En Abejar, población considerada como la puerta de Pinares, se celebra el Martes de Carnaval -La Barrosa-, un viejo ritual de origen incierto. Lo protagonizan dos mozos, quintos del año, ataviados de ...
The village with fourteen enclaves of unusual figures is a sculptural outdoor museum, beginning with the Indian totem in the entrance of the village. Its church of Santo Tomás is Romanesque, from the XII century, although with reforms, specially its sacristy of the XVIII century. In the apse there are some curious Romanesque cans and the big altarpiece is from the XVIII century. The stone Stations of the Cross should be highlighted installed in 1787 and which joins he parish with the hermitage of San Mateo which is of masonry. Next to the church the old rectory house highlights. In the other hand the village keeps some houses with traditional architecture, some with double lintel. A golf court of eighteen holes is close. The mount of Valonsadero is close as well. As traditional festival should be noted the Luminaire of the closest Saturday to St. Anton.
Mount Valonsadero, Church Saint Tomás, El Royo, Derroñadas, Valley River Tera, Soria Capital, Ruines of Numancia, Ichnites routes, etc…
On the village of Pedrajas is a golf pitch where practicing this sport.
Hiking, Mountain Bike, fishing, hunting, etc…
You also can practice different adventure sports like paragliding, rafting, canyoning, abseiling, etc