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Valonsadero Hill

Recreational Natural Area with an extension of 2 793 hectares of hills, pasturelands and meadows.

 

Sorians sing to Valonsadero, its soil seeping into their skin in the capital’s 3,000-hectare pastureland. It only takes an 8-kilometre drive from the capital to escape from the city and enjoy this beautiful natural space called Monte Valonsadero, where you can see an impressive landscape with the Pico Frentes mountain, towering over a magnificent oak grove, and the snowy peaks of the Cebollera and Urbión mountain ranges lurking on the horizon.

 

A landscape of green and grey scattered with poplar trees and cows in the dells and gullies is the image that comes to mind when Sorians reminisce about their childhood. Valonsadero, the land of the age-old tradition of San Juan, blameworthy of March baby booms. Valonsadero, the witness of the summer festivities and the explosive spring bloom. Valonsadero is heart, soul and home.

 

Four routes of about 5 to 8 kilometres long let you cover most of this polychromatic space, connected with the capital by road, paths and bike paths. Other routes let you see interesting cave art painted with reddish tones throughout 31 shallow caves in the area.

 

Centenary Pyrenean oak, rocks, paths, mushrooms, meriendas, picnic tables, traditional beer porrones, the San Juan festivities where you can get a drink at any of the chiringuitos and bulls all amount to Valonsadero, the land that throughout the years has seen Sorians grow up.

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Valonsadero Hill
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Cave art in Valonsadero
Cave art in Valonsadero
Valonsadero Hill
Valonsadero Hill

Diputación de Soria (Desarrollo Económico y Turismo)

C/ Caballeros, 17 - 42002 Soria

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