Villanueva de Jiloca

Its small town of Moorish essence, and curious formation, invites us to walk around the streets, those who were born figures such as the famed physician Arnold of Villanova (1240-1311) or Fray Bartolomé ; Anento and Peligero (1646-1679). Discover good examples of noble houses of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, highlighting the Abbot of Barnabas, with a great cover and coat of arms on its façade, and buildings like the town hall-style bars and fortified neomudéjar stones masonry.

Highlight the Baroque parish church, in honor to San Gil Abad in the eighteenth century, contains interesting altarpieces and a small parish church.
We get closer to the chapel dedicated to the Virgin of the Rosary, being interesting late Gothic showing XVI century building and the chapel of St. Bartholomew centuryXV. And walking along the banks of a small Jiloca to discover Peirón dedicated to St. Gregory in the old way Valdehorna.
At the end of Villanueva de Jiloca two ancient sites of interest: the Cerro Redondo and stack the Moors.
For sports fans has an excellent park with an area of ​​4000 m² sports areas suitable for young and old.
Paseo al lado del rio Jiloca
Detalle de una calle de Villanueva
Rio Jiloca
Detalle de una calle de Villanueva
Chopera junto al rio Jiloca
Iglesia Parroquial en honor a San Gil
Iglesia Parroquial en honor a San Gil
Detalle de una calle de Villanueva
Merendero junto al rio Jiloca
Detalle de una calle de Villanueva
Detalle de una calle de Villanueva
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