Cantavieja and Maestrazgo

The mountain ranges Gúdar and Maestrazgo run east and northeast of Teruel. This is a sparsely populated area, but the guidebook seemed to think that the araa is worth exploring. One idea was to rent a car, so that I could visit several villages, but I did not find anywhere to rent a car in Teruel. Now, honestly, I did not look that hard, since I had found that there was a bus running once a day to Cantavieja one of the biggest villages in the area, and that place sports a good three-star hotel. I arrived half past four in the afternoon, and stayed for three nights. I rented a bicycle for one day, whereas the second full day I let it suffice with a walk before lunch to take a lazy afternoon.

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1. On the Bus I
 

2. On the Bus II
 

3. On the Bus III
 

4. Plaza Mayor
 

5. Contrasts
 

6. Old House
 

7. Sideway View
 

8. Flowers and Bramble
 

9. House on the Precipice
 

10. Mountain View
 

11. Cantavieja at Dusk
 

12. Crane
 

13. View over Cantavieja
 

14. Bicycle Trip II
 

15. Bicycle Trip III
 

16. Bicycle Trip IV
 

17. Sheep and Pool
 

18. Horses
 

19. Bicycle Trip VII
 

20. Bicycle Trip VIII
 

21. Wind Turbines
 

22. Bicycle Trip X
 

23. Tractor
 

24. Casas de San Juan I
 

25. Casas de San Juan II
 

26. Rio de la Cuba
 

27. Bicycle Trip XV
 

28. Bicycle Trip XVI
 

29. Cloud
 

30. Bicycle Walk
 

31. Cow
 

32. Almost Home
 

33. Modern Houses and a Cat
 

34. Running Water
 

35. Morning Walk II
 

36. Western Village View
 

37. Morning Walk IV
 

38. Morning Walk V
 

39. Morning Walk VI
 

40. Morning Walk VII
 

41. Morning Walk VIII
 

42. Morning Walk IX
 

43. Ruin
 

44. Morning Walk XI
 

45. Morning Walk XII
 

46. Panorama
 

47. Thorns
 

48. Roofs

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