Teruel Province

Teruel Province rubs shoulders with the north-western border of the Valencian Community. Known as one of the coldest regions in Spain during the winter months, it is also where coastal dwellers head for the cool of the mountians during the long hot summer months. A place of ancient walled villages, hearty country food (it is one of Spain’s main producers of jamon de Serrano and truffles), sparkling cascades and natural lakes, long, long vistas of patchwork cornfields and rolling mountains…and nights so clear that the stars glitter in the velvet backdrop of the sky.

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