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The most visited touristic place of its environment is, without hesitation, the Celt-Iberian Romanesque site of Tiermes, which also has a museum, Romanesque hermitage with arcade gallery and a rock medieval necropolis. In Retortilo there are remains of its wall and a wonderful door to the East. More to the South, crossing the Mountain Chain Pela, the tourist gets into lands of Guadalajara and he/she can go to Atienza or see the Moorish trellis of Albendiego. If the traveller is walker, he/she can follow the canyon which is born in Tarancueña and get close to the small but wonderful villa of Caracena with its wonderful historic-artistic heritage (bridge, two churches and one of them with arcade-Romanesque gallery, the gothic roll, the small streets and the castle).
It is located in the SouthWest of the province of Soria, in the last foothills of the mountain chains of Pela and Ayllón. They are known such as “the wastelands of Soria”, landscapes of big hardness but of beautiful contrast at the same time and splashed of colorful valleys. There are some crabs in the river and an old beech tree which crowns the village. The parish of our Lady of Remedies is from the XVI century and it keeps a Romanesque baptismal font and Romanesque elements in the triumphal arch as well as some medieval stelas.
* The church of “Our Lady of Remedios”.
* The Christ of Carrasquillo.
* The natural spring of “fuentesanta”.
* The archeologic Celtiberian Romanesque archeologic Site of Tiermes.
* The Medieval Villa of Caracena.
* The Ancient Oak-tree of Valderromán.
* The Oak-tree of Tejera Negra.
* The Black Villages.
* La Fuentona.
* Berlanga de Duero.
* The Canyon of River Lobos.
* El Burgo de Osma.
* San Esteban de Gormaz.
Hiking, Hunting, Fishing, Mycological routes, Culinary Routes, Wildlife Watching, etc ...