Grape harvest season
taste it like never before
Wineries and artistic treasures come and greet us on every step of this route from Zaragoza to the Iberian mountain range.
Vinos de Pago
The landscape of the Alcaraz mountain range becomes the set of this route along the towns that produce two of Albacete's best-known Vinos de Pago wines.
Atrio, reinventing Extremaduran cuisine.
Chef Toño Pérez has managed to convert his restaurant, with three Repsol Suns, into a leader in Extremaduran cuisine. A creative and artistic menu are what makes this chef stand out.
La Jayona, a journey to the centre of the mine
Losing yourself amidst the nooks and crannies of this abandoned mine, just five kilometres from Fuente del Arco, is a sure way of enjoying nature, history and adventure.
Let's go for a hike!
Wineries and La Rioja traditions
One day is enough to enjoy the many attractions that surround Logroño. Not only you can visit many wineries with history, but also visit a dozen potteries in Navarrete and the amazing Museo Würth.
From Cáceres to the natural paradise
Less than an hour away from Cáceres, we find one of Spain's most impressive natural environments: Monfragüe National Park. We can walk along the Castillo trail, a four-hour route from which we get the best view of river Tiétar.
Get in shape
and enjoy the landscape
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