Sierra de Guara Interpretation Centre
This centre offers a spectacular replica of a typical rock formation in the Sierra de Guara area including life-size reproductions of habitats for the bearded vulture (nest, bone-cracking sites, etc.), wallcreeper, rock thrush, red-billed chough and other birds that nest on the cliffs.
The "Guara yesterday, Guara ...
Legends and Traditions Interpretation Centre
The Interpretation Centre is inside the walled area of the former fortress located in the north-western sector of Adahuesca. There is a magnificent view of the Sierra de Sevil and Sierra de Guara ranges and the River Vero Valley.
The Río Vero Cultural Park preserves a rich folk tradition, expressed in festivals, religious pilgrimages, legends ...
Colungo Rock Art Centre
The Rock Art Centre invites you to take an exciting journey to prehistory in the River Vero Valley, where visitors will discover one of the most important series of caves with prehistoric rock art, declared a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The centre’s resources allow visitors to discover human inventiveness, beliefs and ways of life over a period ...
Casa Fabián Ethnological Museum
The town of Alquézar, considered one of the most beautiful in Aragon, is home to an interesting and appealing ethnological museum. The different displays are distributed throughout the rooms of Casa Fabián, a residential building dating back to the 17th century.
The wide range of farming implements and domestic objects speak to us ...
Comarca de Somontano Interpretation Centre
The Comarca de Somontano Interpretation Centre is part of the San Julián historic complex that is home to the Tourist Information Office and the Espacio del Vino museum of the Somontano Denomination of Origin.
Considered the gateway to this land, visitors are offered the opportunity to discover the beautiful landscapes of the Somontano de ...
Buera Oil Mill
The cultivation of olives for oil has for centuries been the base of the domestic economy in many towns and villages located at the foot of the Sierra de Guara range.
In order to discover this rich oil culture, a visit is recommended to the 17th and 18th-century oil presses in the village of Buera.
The presses and tools have been painstakingly restored and ...