in the south of the province of Soria
Soria is one of the most unknown provinces of Spain. It houses a remarkable cultural and natural wealth, represented by the secular traditions of its inhabitants, its historical and artistic heritage and its natural diversity.
The natural landscapes of the south of the province are great. scarce 2500 km2 of territory have their representation some of the most important habitats for bird watching such as pine, and holm oak forests, oak woods, treeless moors, cereal steppes, juniper forests, rivers, reservoirs or rocky crags.
Much of these natural habitats are included within the Special Protection Areas for Birds (SPAB) Altos de Barahona, Páramo Layna and Monteagudo de las Vicarías constitute, by themselves, small natural areas of great beauty and uniqueness.
Definitely, a natural paradise where you can see over 200 resident bird species, hibernating, in migratory path or occasional presence that will not leave you indifferent.