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The necessary complement of any visit to the archaeological site of Numancia is the Museum of Numanica in Soria, and once in the city, the park of La Dehesa is in front of it with its botanic variety. The city of Soria has good Romanesque churches and an excellent Gothic in the co-cathedral, as well as poetic routes and other ideal places to walk next to the Douro. From Garray you can go directly up to the Meadow of Cintora which main place is El Royo with its lintel big houses and the landscape El Chorrón, and from there you can get into the Valley of river Razón with its cattle gazing and paths through the Mountain Chain Cebollera. Also following the CN-111 to the North, you get to this valley. We recommend seeing the strong house of San Gregorio, the ethnographic museum of Saint Andrés and the jolly tree of Garagüeta. Going up the port of Oncala is also a good idea to run the High Lands of Soria.
Garray is inevitably a main touristic concerning of any Celt Iberian route from Soria because in its hill there is an archeological Celt Iberian-Romanesque site which is one of the most visited touristic points of Soria, supplementing with Numantino Museum in the city of Soria. There is a singular Romanesque hermitage in its Southwest slope and in the village,m very close to the Parish, there is the Archeological Room. Moreover Garray is worth noting that belongs to the Red Natura 2000 for being included in two Places of Communitarian Importance. A sculpture of a dinosaur in the entrance of the village invites us to the dinosaurs’ routes in the Highlands of Soria.
Ruins of Numancia, Black Lagoon, Canyon river Lobos, Peacks Urbión. Soria city, etc…
Hiking, picking mushrooms, Hunting, Fishing, Canoe, etc ...