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From Ausejo is very tempting going to the city of Soria, as well as to the Celt Iberian-Romanesque site of Numancia in Garray, where also its Romanesque Hermitage from The Martyrs can be seen. Following the CN-111 to the North is advisable seeing the strong house of San Gregorio and the traditionalist architectonic of Cubo de la Sierra. After, you can see the region of Valley among the mountain chains of Carcaña and Cebollera with the river Razón as central axle. Or if the traveller prefers seeing the ethnographic museum of Saint Andrés, next to Almarza, and from there, going to the East up to the holly tree of Garagüeta. Stoned houses with shields can also be seen in Almajano and in Narros. As well as going up through the Port of Oncala to know the High Lands of Soria, region where you also can get to it by Magaña, where you have to contemplate its castle, and Fuentes Magaña in where there is a huge dinosaur sculpture risen, it is said it is the biggest one of the world.
It is close to the mountain chain of San Miguel, 19 km from Soria. In the field you can find aromatic herbs such as camomile, mallow and thyme. As well as you can see partridges, quail, rabbits, hares, pigeons and thrush. In its parish or Assumption the medium point arch façade is kept. Main festivals are on the 20th of January and on the 15th of August. Blessing of the fields on 20th of May. Cereal village (wheat and barley) and sunflower and flax are also grown, with sheep and cattle.
Numancia, the most important archaeological site in the province of Soria, close to biggest holly-tree of Europe. Soria capital, Icnitas Routes, The Black Lake, Canyon river Lobos, etc.
Hiking, mycological tourism, ciclying tourism.