|Casa Completa (12 pax.) - Fin de Semana:||550 €|
|Habitación Doble - Una Noche:||55 €|
|Cama Supletoria - Noche:||15 €|
La Pinariega is located in the village of Vinuesa, in the Northesat of the province of Soria, in Castilla y León (Spain).
Arriving to La Pinariega is very easy you could come by your own car from Soria taking the road N-234 direction Abejar. At the exit of this village you must take the diversion that will take you to Vinuesa through the regional road CL-117 passing by Molinos de Duero.
You also could come from Burgos, taking direction to Madrid, about 6 kilometers far away is the exit to Soria through the N-234 up to Salas de los Infantes. Here you leave the N-234 and you take the road that goes to Quintanar de la Sierra. Following along this road you will pass through Regumiel de la Sierra, Canicosa (SO-850), Duruelo, COvaleda, Salduero, Molinos de Duero and finally Vinuesa.
If you prefer coming by bus, from the bus station of Soria you can take a bus of THERPASA up to Vinuesa. You can get informed about the timetable in the station or in its website.
It is denominated the Court of the Pine forest; Vinuesa is one of the most tourist villages of Soria, as well as for its serrano-pine architecture as for its traditional festivals of “La Pinochada”, as well as for its beautiful pine landscapes where there are many mushrooms. Pine Mountain with many ideal places for walking and the enjoyment of the nature, especially in two places of its term: The Black Lagoon and the Port of Saint Inés with its Snow Spot. It belongs to the Nature Network 2000 and also belongs to the Regional Reserve of Hunting “Urbión”. Three big touristic itineraries cross it: Historic route of Almanzor, poetic-Machado Route of Alvargonzález and a track of the Iberian Path of Soria GR-86. Big houses and palaces, three hermitages and its parish build its urban heritahe, as well as the medieval destroyed bridge next to the Duero in the head of the Swamp of the Cuerda del Pozo.
Black Lagoon, Peaks of Urbión, Canyon of River Lobos, Swamp Cuerda del Pozo
Hiking, skiing, Snow, Collecting Mushrooms, Hunting, Fishing.