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Located on the border with the province of Cuenca, is a municipality with 70% of its land covered by forest formations that dominate the pines, Roden, junipers and junipers. A landscape that is combined in a very particular and attractive land cultivated with vines and cereals.

Visitors can enjoy many natural areas as Black Charco, Palomarejos, Cerro Carpio, Cerro San Cristobal and the Grajas Peña, from where you can contemplate the spectacular Barranco del Regajo. Four walks with paths of approved Short Route (PR) and three cycling routes take the visitor to these parts respecting the environment.

The first human settlements in the area are referred to the Neolithic period and, subsequently, to the Bronze Age remains of the wall being able to observe that time and also the presence of remnants of the Iberians. There are at least twenty existing deposits Sinarcas Iberians, most notably the Cerro San Cristobal and Cerro Carpio.

In historical-artistic, visitors will complete its journey through the paintings of St. Ursula and the Holy Trinity, and the image of the Virgin of the Bells "found in the Church of Saint James, a monument of the XVII century.

Other points of interest are the Hermitage of San Marcos and San Roque, this last refuge of the population during the War of Independence, and the Ecomuseum Sinarcas Traditional Habitat, which displays antique farm tools and implements in a traditional house the old town.

Among its highlights the pilgrimage festivals held on the last Saturday of April in honor of San Marcos and major festivals in honor of San Roque and Santa Ursula, the last week of August.


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