Visit old Spain in the medieval kingdom of Aragon where the mountain villages of Teruel and Albarracin, a potential UNESCO World Heritage Site, await you.
2 hours North West of Valencia is the potential UNESCO site of the medieval walled village, Albarracin, a beautiful, quaint and peaceful visit. Albarracin, voted one of the prettiest towns in Spain, is home to a world renown set of walls still surrounding the city on it hilltop. Albrarracin is also known for its School of Art Restoration, as it has plenty of medieval gems to discover here that have to be kept up. This private tour with private vehicle just for you and your party will take you into what we call ‘old Spain’, an interior region close to the Valencian State but part of Aragon with a very different cuisine, culture and even language.
On the way there, we stop in the small provincial capital of Teruel to see its cliff-top views, wander the medieval streets and see the famed ‘Mausoleum of the Lovers’, dedicated to the real life story of Spain’s Romeo and Juliet from the 13th century and attached to a unique Mudejar style church. In Albarracin, we climb up to this protected town to visit its ruins of a Moorish castle and several other sites of cultural interest and then you will have free-time to hike the walls or wander the streets for pictures, exploration and lunch on your own.