Popularly known as "The Roman Bridge." It is located one kilometer south of the town center. To get to it, take the path from Plaza Nueva.
No other evidence of Roman colonization has been found in Zaorejas.
The aqueduct used to be 12 meters tall and had a single eye under which a Roman road used to pass.
La Hoz ravine
Enjoy its spectacular views
On your way to visit the Roman Arch we find Fuentelengua´s picnic area and its natural fountain.
From the town of Armallones there is a path that leads through the pine forests to the Sunk, an old rock wall detachment over the Tajo River.
Enjoy the views of the canyons and don't forget to take some pictures
Parque Natural del Alto Tajo, Taravilla, Spain
Alto Tajo Natural Park
The Alto Tajo Natural Park, with more than 4,300 square kilometers, stands out for the spectacular scenery of its 650 million-year-old landscapes
19462 Peñalén, Guadalajara, Spain
Limestone bridge from medieval times located on a Tajo´s affluent.
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San Pedro bridge
Area suitable for swimming in the Tajo River. Discover its turquoise waters.
Peralejos de las Truchas, Spain
Ruta de los gancheros
The "gancheros" were people who developed a trade, already disappeared, in the Tajo´s waters: the transport of logs through the river to take them from the place where they were cut to the sawmills located hundreds of kilometers away.
Embalse de la Chorrera
Salto de Poveda
A beautiful place to take a walk
Sima de Alcorón, CM-2101, Villanueva de Alcorón, Spain
Sima de Alcorón
The chasm is surrounded by a wooden fence, with picnic and barbecue area.
It is adapted for access on foot by two hundred and seven steps and a railing.
The large entrance lets in daylight to almost the entire cavity, although for greater comfort and to appreciate the water of the bottom of the chasm it is recommended to enter with flashlights.