A true retreat of peace and tranquility, this province has the advantage of being one of the least populated ones in Spain by far, so much so, that up to half of the municipalities here have a population of less than 100 inhabitants, making this the perfect place to stay and become one with the calm and relaxation of the great, wilderness of the natural spaces you will find here.
If you are coming for rural tourism in Soria , you will see its heritage is saved to those most intrepid tourists who will be able to enjoy here of two of the natural landmarks of this region: the natural park of Río Lobos, naturally wrought by the water courses of this area, and Sierra de Urbión y Laguna Negra, an enigmatic paradise that was shaped by the shadows of the geography that surrounds this mysterious natural pool.
You will also find here many sites of Historic-Artistic interest and great historical value, and monuments in places like Medinaceli, Berlanga de Duero or Calatañazor amongst others, some of them home to villas where the traces of history are still intact. And if you think that Soria's gastronomy can't get better than the delicious 'torrezno de Soria' or the 'picadillo de chorizo', then you haven't tried their famous black truffles.
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