Cultural visits (with or without a guide) to one of the historic villages in the area: La Fresneda, Beceite, Calaceite, Valderrobres (castle) and Ráfales.

Excavated prehistorical settlements in Calaceite, Cretas, Mazaleón and Valdeltormo.

Prehistorical paintings in Cretas and Beceite.

Picasso Museum in Horta de Sant Joan, Art Gallery Noguera in Beceite, Interpretation Centre and Museum of Culture and History in Valderrobres, Archaeological Museum Juan Cabré in Calaceite, Paleontologic Museum (fascinating for children) in Peñarroya de Tastavins.

Morella: Just a 45 minutes’ drive brings you to the historic and atmospheric town of Morella which is surrounded by 2 km of superbly preserved walls with 6 gates and 16 defensive towers. You can see Morella from miles around as it lies right on top of a hill at an altitude of 1072 m.

Ebro Delta: 1½ hour away is this beautiful Natural Park, a wetland and rice-growing area with more than 330 species of resident and visiting birds. The best way to explore the area is on foot, bike, or horseback, or by renting a boat. Or visit the excellent Information Centre MónNatura.  

Gastronomy: Visit the Bodega Venta d′Aubert in Cretas, buy prize-winning goat’s cheese from La Fresneda or treat yourself to the local cured hams or the “extra virgin” olive oil which comes from some of the best olives in Spain. There are also excellent restaurants in the area.