This place is truly beautiful. The deep canyon, the steep cliffs, hides a spectacular labyrinth of caves on the side. Some of them are sinkholes. The area is shaded by juniper trees and inhabited by griffin vultures, golden eagles and falcons.
The majority of the paths that go through the park run next to clear waters of the Lobos river, dotted with water litties. Within the park, you'll find the Romanesque Saint Bartholomew chapel that was made in the 12th century. It is a nook filled with magic. It was one of the most important enclaves to the templar nights.
In addition to hiking trails and nature, you're interested in eating great dishes, make sure to visit Vinuesa, Molinos del Duero, El Burgo de Osma, and the town of Calatañazor.
This place is made from a natural cave. It is on a building that is used for religious reasons. There are various rooms such as those of the Heros, rock chapel dedicated to St. Michael. The church has a central octagonal shape. We have heard that tradition states that in the 6th century, the noble soriano Saturio divided his wealth among the poor and went to live in caves along the Duero. His memory was lost, and in the last quarter of s. XVI, his remains were found and increased devotion to the eremitaño to the point of building a temple in his honor and name patron of the city.
The cloister of San Juan de Duero is a marvel of architectural art. Faced with the simplicity and sobriety of the church, the cloister stands as young Adonis to a beautiful but simple villager. Their intertwined arches seem to threaten cultural variety that we try so hard to lavish today. The simple church shows small windows protected by sheets of alabaster and two wayward shrines that to show us their mutual disagreements, a tapered Bonnet has been placed on one and a circular one on the other. It is regrettable, as in other monuments Soria, the progressive deterioration of the buildings by the dreaded "bad stone".
After seeing this great city, you can enjoy a leisurely stroll through this amazing park, while you observing various species that are labeled, indicating their origin. Inside you'll find the chapel of La Soledad.
In SORIA the walk along the Douro river and part of the places to see in we go to see San Saturio, the Arches of San Juan allow you to have great contact with nature and to sunbathe in July. It is a great place for a dip in the water and a nice walk.
Lakes in Muriel de la Fuente
Churches in Ucero
Rivers in Vozmediano
Caves in Duruelo de la Sierra
Historical Monuments in Burgo de Osma-Ciudad de Osma, Soria
The primitive Romanesque cathedral was started in the 12th century by San Pedro de Osma. In the middle of the 13th century they destroyed it to put another Gothic church there, which is what we go to admire there today. Its main facade is restored in the thirteenth century style. In the chancel there's an altarpiece that was carved in 1550. The magnificent Gothic cloister deserves special attention, which was completed in 1515. The famous codex Commentary on the Apocalypse also deserves a nod, as well as the wonderful Romanesque Mozarabic miniatures. It has a Visigothic letter and was completed in 1086.