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A circular, 232-km route that highlights all the contrasts of the Lower Aragon region. On leaving Alcañiz, take the A-1409 via Castelserás in the direction of Torrevelilla, where you can see the olive groves and almond orchards so typical of a land whose ambassador to the world is its virgin extra olive oil.


Before arriving in Torrevelilla, turn right onto the A-2406 and head towards Calanda. This is a fun 15-km stretch with bends, and with scenery in which pines and holm oaks predominate. It takes us close to the land of Buñuel, directing us to the left to Mas de las Matas along a stretch with tunnels that skirts Calanda Reservoir, leaving Foz Calanda and its magnificent Mount Tolocha, one of the highest mountains in the region, to the right.

At the entrance to Mas de las Matas after enjoying the winding route of the River Guadalope, turn left to join the N-211 as it crosses Alcorisa, in the direction of Berge via the TE-V-8215 and Seno gateway to the Maestrazgo region, via the TE-39, which you cross on the way to Las Parras de Castellote via the TE-V-8301. After the town, the road becomes a paved track with bends to the right and left and without a guard rail. It offers a view of the abrupt landscape with rock formations like those of a geopark.

This track takes you to Aguaviva from where you cross the River Bergantes in the direction of La GinebrosaLa Cañada de Verich and, to the right, towards La Cerollera via the TE-53, and on to Belmonte de San José, either via the N-232 or by doubling back on the road to La Cerollera and taking the A-2409. Either of the two alternatives allows you to enjoy back roads surrounded by dense pine forests and a few country chapels.

After Belmonte de San José turn back onto the A-1409 and head for La Codoñera and Torrecilla de Alcañiz via A-2408 to cross the N-232 and take the TE-710 to Valdelagorfa, hometown of the sponsor of these routes, Alex Rins, Moto2 racer, before returning via the N-232 towards the starting point of Alcañiz, where you can visit Motorland and ride through Valmuel and Puigmoreno, two villages close to the raceway. The route finishes where it started. We hope you find these 232 kilometres truly enjoyable.

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