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Sierra de Gudar


This is a territory dominated by masses or massades, solitary and wrapped in a mythical aureole, and villages and towns It is a mountainous region, crossed by the mountains of Gúdar and Javalambre, which are divided between the two ski resorts of Teruel, and It has a few cares and varied catering services, in response to a growing tourist demand. The greatness of its landscapes is worth it: summits, hills, forests, pastures, valleys, ravines, streams, rivers and an infinity of crystalline fountains, many stone, in which a fruitful Middle Age left castles and superb gates of wall. After them they were ordering popular houses, palaces and some of the most beautiful consistorial houses of Aragon.

Gúdar and Javalambre montains offer the visitor a wide range of possibilities when developing activities in the natural environment.

There are two ski resorts, Javalambre and Valdelinares, where fans have all the necessary services to practice this sport. Open to the public from December to April normally, they are located in two places of great beauty and very diverse vegetation.

Another very important offer is the Trails Network of the region with more than 600 km. Signposted between Local Trails (SL), Short Path Trails (PR) and Long Distance Trails (GR). For all of them you can develop activities of hiking, horse riding and mountain biking, allowing us to reach the corners and most charming places of both mountains.

The region is also crossed by the Ojos Negros Greenway, currently in the conditioning phase for hikers and cyclists from the Comarcas de Teruel and Albarracín, as well as from the province of Castellón where the Vía Verde is already inhabited.

From the steep mountains to the valleys, the region surprises its mountain villages. Alcalá de la Selva is in a privileged enclave.

Under the silhouette of the castle, the streets of Alcalá meander towards the church of San Simón and San Judas, between Gothic and Renaissance; and, two kilometers away, the baroque sanctuary of the Virgen de la Vega.

The castle-palace of Mora de Rubielos is one of the most emblematic monuments of Teruel. The excolegiata de Santa María, built under the patronage of Fernández de Heredia, is the other building that gives great value to Mora.


For its part, Rubielos de Mora is one of the most attractive urban areas of Teruel. It encloses in its walled structure beautiful stately homes, picturesque corners and renowned buildings such as the Convent of the Carmelites, the Town Hall, the Villasegura Palace or the church of Santa María la Mayor, among others. In Rubielos, as in Mora and other towns in the region, the bull bolted is left free.

Other places that invite a visit are Mosqueruela, which combines the beauty of the surroundings with its beautiful well preserved houses, and Puertomingalvo, as well as Linares de Mora and Albentosa, without forgetting the spas of Manzanera and Camarena de la Sierra.

Town to town

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