Located in the heart of the mountain range of the same name, the town of Albarracín is a jewel and a monument in itself. This beautiful town was already considered by Azorín when he visited it, as “one of the most beautiful cities in Spain”. This spectacular and impressive Historical Site is perched on a rocky hill surrounded by a fantastic medieval wall which, in a perfect condition, climbs the rock in an unforgettable natural environment.
However, the charm of Albarracín is, above all, found in the layout of its narrow streets with many mansions and palaces, with staircases and passageways, as well as in our discovery of its entire hamlet with irregular partitions in a red colour with wooden trusses and overhangs appearing to touch one another. Each corner, each house, is the object of admiration for its doors and callers, its tiny windows or its carved wooden balconies decorated with elaborate ironwork. Among its beautiful network of streets and buildings is the Plaza Mayor (where the town hall is located), the Episcopal Palace, the cathedral, the churches of Santiago and Santa Maria, or museums such as the Diocesan, the delightful toy museum or the “Martín Almagro” city museum.