Close to Tarazona
To complete your stay in Tarazona there are various local options to consider. Natural sights, mycology, the regional wine-routes, sporting events, historical monuments…. All the elements necessary to convert your stay into an extraordinary experience.
A singular mountain range with a rich variety of flora and fauna, in a climate similar to the Atlantic area, a highlight of which are the gorgeous beechwood trees at 1100m high.
A favourite attraction for visitors during the month of September is the mushroom-gathering season, among which species could be found are Boletus, Robellón, Macrolepiotas and the Senderuelas varieties. Over the past years the area has developed a significant mushrooming culture, which has served to attract an increasing following.
Within the grounds of the monastery one could also visit the charming Wine Museum of the Borja Region, a pioneering initiative in Spain, providing an additional attraction for wine-lovers to the monastery.
A highlight of this Navarrese town is the Cathedral de Santa Maria (XII), declared a national monument in 1884, with its beauteous façade which gives way to the Roman Cloister and its Gothic central aisle.
At only 25km from Tudela we find the Grand Bardenas Natural Park, declared a Natural Biospheric Reserve by UNESCO. One could also enjoy a family trip to the Senda Viva recreational space at 23km from the city of Tudela, replete with fun activities for everyone including farm animals and lots of aquatic rides.
The most emblematic monument would have to be the Baroque Basilica of Pilar (IV Century), constructed in veneration of the Spanish patron saint.
In 2008 Zaragoza received visitors from across the world during the International Water and Sustainable Development Exhibition, which lasted for a total of 93 days. This event has undoubtedly left its mark on the city, in the form of monuments such as the Third Millenium Bridge, the Bridge Pavillion, and the Water Tower.
Around the city there are spaces of great natural beauty: The Urbión Mountain Range, the Black Lake, and the Cañon del Rio Lobos Natural Park.
Enjoy the splendours of the Duero River Route (San Miguel in San Esteban de Gormaz and the Burgo de Osma Cathedral), the Moncayo Route and the Icnitas (The Celtic-Iberian settlement of Numancia, San Pedro, Manrique and the Camino del Cid Route.