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The perfect medieval village: Montfalcó Murallat

Either if you are an expert in medieval villages or not, Montfalcó Murallat, the perfect medieval village will stun you. Montfalcó Murallat is authentic, real and unknown. Everybody likes Medieval villages and that makes them touristy and usually overcrowded. This is not happening in Montfalcó Murallat. The village dates from 11th Century in the Romanesque period of the border fights between Cristhians and Muslims. All around Sió River, we can still spot many medieval defensive constructions that served to those fights. Actually, according to the village structure we can probably assume that Montfalcó Murallat was an ancient Arabic village before …

The Hungarian Queen of the Vallbona Abbey

About the Monastery of Santa Maria de Vallbona Vallbona Abbey, otherwise the Monastery of Santa Maria de Vallbona (Catalan: Santa Maria de Vallbona de les Monges; Spanish: El Real Monasterio de Santa María de Vallbona), is a Cistercian nunnery in Vallbona de les Monges, in the comarca of Urgell, Catalonia, Spain. Founded in the early 12th century, and built between then and the 14th century, it is one of the most important monastic sites in Catalonia. Its church represents an example of the transition between Romanesque and Gothic architecture. The abbey was declared a national monument on 3 June 1931. Together with the monasteries of Poblet and of Santes Creus it forms part of the Cistercian Route. The abbey’s library together with the scriptorium achieved great …

what to do and see in Castellón

Castellón, the vivid capital of Costa de Azahar

In this article, you will learn what to do and see in Castellón de la Plana, the vivid capital of Costa de Azahar. That coast is made up of about 120 km of beaches and small coves. Its name comes from the orange blossom, the province’s quintessential crop. It extends to the north with Costa Dorada in Tarragona and to the south with Costa de Valencia.  Castellón is not a beach town. It is rather a small city with proper real city life in a small territory. In Castellón you can find all the services, a a very vivid small …

Graus hidden gem in Aragon

Graus – a hidden gem in Aragon

The next day after our visit to the capital of Huesca province, and just right after stopping by in Alquézar, we decided to go to Graus. Not a bad plan, right? 😉 Read further if you are interested in what this tiny village can present to you, believe me, you won’t be disappointed, indeed Graus is a hidden gem in Aragon province. We didn’t know much about the place before either, but since it was on our way, we decided to stop. The main road is not that convincing, but once you are getting inside the old village, the narrow …

reasons to visit the city of huesca

The city of Huesca – 10 reasons to visit the capital of Huesca province, in Aragon

Huesca is a city in north-eastern Spain, within the autonomous community of Aragon. It is also the capital of the Spanish province of the same name and of the comarca of Hoya de Huesca. In 2009 it had a population of 52,059, almost a quarter of the total population of the province. The city is one of the smallest provincial capitals in Spain, but you would be surprised how pleasant is life there. Here we will list to you 10 reasons to visit the city of Huesca, who knows, maybe you will be convinced to go there one day or immediately! 😉 10 reasons to visit the city of Huesca …

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