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From the hill where is the high parish of Barahona, village where there is a witch route, there are good views. Alpanseque is near and it has a very interesting Romanesque façade, and a little bit more to the South you get into the province of Guadalajara so the tourist can feel tempted to go to see the Historic Artistic Complex of Atienza. From Barahona the traveller will want to go to Medinaceli as well, following the Almanzor´s route passing by Romanillos de Medinaceli and Yelo, or going to the Northeast up to Almazán. Howerver, it is sure that the traveller will want to go from Rello to the Northwest and seeing the Romanesque of Caltoja and Bordecorex to stop to contemplate the wonderful Romanesque pictures of the hermitage of Saint Baudelio and the column-palm which supports the ceiling. And following this route, the Historic Artistic Complex of Berlanga de Duero is close, villa with walled castle, leisure areas, Gothic collegiate church, the streets and the main square are porches, good gastronomy and bakery, a gothic roll and a chimney in the solar of the old hospital. Berlanga, is also an important centre in the Cid’s Path
Walled medieval village guarded by vultures which resting on the next cliffs. Excellent views of the Hoz del Escalote way Barahona. The term is included in the Natura Network 2000 because it belongs to ZEPA and LIC “High of Barahona”, and the walker can walk by the relevant section of the GR-86. Roads of Almanzor and Cid transit the area. Two doors with arch from the Middle Age, as well as various remains of the castle and the walled. On the entrance of the village is the singular iron roll (it is a piece of artillery from the XVI century with five rings). Nearby is an Islamic watchtower from the X century.
Villa included in the Ruta del Cid. Islamic watchtowers.
Mycological routes, Hiking, search for fossils.
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