Four routes through uninhabited Aragon between walls, vineyards and castles


Paloma Santamaria



«Empty, emptied, forgotten … The depopulation of the interior of Spain has deserved many adjectives and none good. And yet, it is in the most remote regions where many of those towns that appear on the lists of the most beautiful in the country are located, and where we find the best preserved natural spaces.

precisely because they are sparsely inhabited and not industrialized at all. With these words, Francesc Ribes introduces the reader of Routes to discover empty Spain on a trip through the regions of Aragon, Castilla-La Mancha, Castilla y León, Galicia, Extremadura, La Rioja, the Valencian Community and Navarra. A total of 23 routes illustrated with beautiful photographs and detailed maps that take the reader to natural parks, such as the Bardenas Reales or

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