Food and Wine
Sorian gastronomy has its main allies in pork
products and roast lamb. It also conserves other traditionally
pastoral dishes, such as fried breadcrumbs (using bread, garlic
and pork) and "caldereta" (a lamb stew). Butter is also
one of the most typical traditional products from Soria.
The province of Soria offers interesting routes for enjoying its landscapes and historical-artistic legacy. The Duero Route will take us to towns on the banks of this river. In Almazán, Burgo de Osma, Berlanga del Duero or San Esteban de Gormaz we can get closer to Soria's medieval past. The Canyon of the River Lobos is a place where nature and art meet. Another river, the Jalón, will be our guide to visit Medinaceli, Arcos de Jalón or Santa María de la Huerta, towns with interesting Romanesque and Gothic structures.
The Moncayo and las Icnitas Route will lead us to Numancia, a former Celtiberian hill fort, San Pedro Manrique and Ágreda, a city where the Arab, Jewish and Christian cultures met during the Middle Ages. Interesting examples of popular architecture are shown to us along the los Pinares and Urbión route, in places such as Vinuesa, Salduero or Duruelo de la Sierra. From here you can go up the Urbión Peak (2,226 m.), among pine and beech woods.
Source: Web server of Instituto de Turismo de España, TURESPAÑA.