In the north of the Ebro Delta is one of the most interesting lighthouses you will ever see, surrounded by white sand dunes. It is very easily accessible - you can drive right up to the lighthouse but the road is not paved. I recommend visiting at dawn and dusk, when the birds come out to find food. The best time of year is the fall, October to November, when the farmers are harvesting the rice.
The Garganta de Cuartos is in the outskirts of Losa de la Vera, making it one of the most visited natural areas in the region. It’s an ideal place for a summer swim since it’s not too far away and the water isn't excessively cold. There are both shallow and deep sections and one part where the people can jump off the surrounding cliffs.
This is a truly spectacular walking route. We climbed the ruta de los cazadores, about 2 hours going uphill which was rather difficult, we kept on and eventually arrived at the horses tail, an impressive waterfall. The way back was easier, and we made multiple stops. Magnificent landscape.
Although it belongs to the municipality of Tarifa, you can get to this wonderful place from the famous seaside town of Zahara. After a short stretch on foot, especially in times of sunset, the view is spectacular, facing the Camarinal lighthouse on the left, in the direction of Tarifa, the Cape Camarinal, to our right, Zahara, Barbate and part of Cape Trafalgar, in tones of orange from the setting sun. It's will leave you speechless.
Albarracin is an inviting place to walk, relax, and enjoy the unparalleled architecture. Every step you take you'll discover a building to admire, worthy of being painted or photographed. The Julianeta House is perhaps the best known image of Albarracin, because it's its alma mater and it represents the typical architecture of the people and the philosophy of taking advantage of entryways in its construction. Defiant to the laws of gravity, I find a little touch of "Picasso" in it. If you look at it, it really does look like a Picasso painting. I don't know, to me it seems Picasso-esque ;-) It's just a wonderful area, without doubt, one of my favorites.
The beach is one of the most visited places in the summer, at this beach you will find everything you want on your vacation with amazing sunsets and fun for kids where they can observe the great diversity of small animals it contains.
Arriving to Fermosella is spectacular. The CL-527 (from Zamora to Portugal) to reach Fermoselle gets progressively more and more narrow along the bottom of the village. On one side of the road, the landscape consists of a tortuous topography of rocks, faults and cliffs and rocks on a knife, on a steep hill at 660 meters above sea level, stands the village of Fermoselle. The houses seem to hang from the cliff, standing staggered as they can about him once inside legs twisting alleys of the tremendous suffering plenty ground slopes. On the other side of La Ronda are Arribas of the Douro, where the cultivation of fruit trees, vines and olive trees on terraces. There is a saying that perfectly describes the town. Here I will attempt to transcribe it: "A Fermoselle keeps a hill, and in recreating the view looking toward the front Portugal, on his right and left Salamanca Zamora. The Duero and Tormes rivers, are very important to this city, and this town happened to be the ultimate destination for the waters to go to the Douro.
An amazing place to discover. Nature in its greatest expression. I loved it, and never saw anything like it. It will surprise you. I would call it City of Stone. There is also a great monastery with a hotel and a really nice spa where you can relax after a nice walking through nature.