To go towards Mount Moncayo (1800 m. over sea level), follow the itinerary La Almunia de doña Godina-Ricla-Fuendejalón-Borja-Veruela.
In Veruela, visit its Cistercians monastery, well known for being the chosen place by Romantic poet Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer to recover from a serious illness. In fact he wrote there the "Letters from my cell" and some of his "Legends". (WEB)
Views of Monasterio de Veruela
If you like Nature, you can hike between trees visiting the slopes of Mount Moncayo, and perhaps have lunch in Hospedería of Agramonte. (You also can get there by car). From there, the most adventurous can reach the top (1800 m. over sea level) along the existing path. (WEB)
View of Mount Moncayo
Finally, Tarazona (the little Toledo), offers an important monumental town which deserves been visited, especially its cathedral and mudejar churches, its Renaissance palace or its octogonal bullring, formed by homes in a ring-shape. If you're there in September, you may be lucky enough to be involved in the festivities of the "cipotegato".. (WEB)
Cathedral, townhall, bullring and cipotegato in Tarazona
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