The first visit in this trip is Daroca, partially walled and with important mediaeval monuments. (WEB)
Views of Daroca
Once visited this town, if you're in winter, you can go to Gallocanta Lake, placed in one of the most extreme areas in weather of Aragon. Its wetlands are an important place for crane migrations and winter staying. Up to 100,000 birds of 200 species can gather there. (WEB)
If you are interested in mediaeval towns, you should visit Albarracín and Teruel, at 1 h 15 min. from Tobed, taking the Mudejar Motorway A23 (Zaragoza - Valencia) direction Valencia. To go to Albarracín, you must leave teh motorway before arriving to Teruel, exit Caudé, and then following the road to the town.
Views of Albarracín
Views of Teruel. Monument to the lovers, mudejar tower and cathedral.
Casa Rural "El Molino"
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