The Province of Segvia stands out for its castles and fortresses. A contuniación we propose a route so you do not miss any.
To the northeast of the province the fragrant awaits us Tierra de Pinares, district of páramos, ravines and the renowned "Mar de Pinos", impressive extension of thousands of hectares of pine resinero, that we will still see with its pot nailed to the trunk to collect the miera or resin, the liquid gold of other times.
We started in Segovia by the N-110 direct to Riaza, the old medieval village of blacksmiths next to the river Aza and today prosperous mountain town that shows us the splendor that lived in the s. XVIII through the stately port and the numerous coats of his sturdy mansions, arranged around his portico Plaza Mayor and along its main streets.
The proposed route takes us to the northernmost part of the province, and can link with the previous one from Ayllón or exit from Segovia by the N-110 until we find the AI that we will take towards Burgos until Grajera, active resort of leisure tourism, where they keep a Church dedicated to San Vítores at the top of a hill and a roll of justice, also used as a pillory.