For the third day, we suggest you to visit the southwest of the region: Allepuz, Villarroya de los Pinares and Miravete de la Sierra.
We start the morning in Allepuz seeing the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Purificación, the trinquete, the hermitage of Loreto, the Casa Grande, today converted into Hospedería, and the washhouse. Here you will find the Trail Running Center Allepuz-Teruel which offers you to run at altitude along several routes that lead to natural areas of great beauty and natural value. In its surroundings you will find two places of great interest: the Sollavientos Valley, with the hermitage of Santa Isabel, where it is necessary to travel by car, and the Camino de los Pilones, declared of Cultural Interest, of 7.5 km, which connects Allepuz with Villarroya de los Pinares, our next destination.
Once in Villarroya you can visit places of interest such as the Church of the Assumption, the bell tower, the hermitages of La Purísima (former ex-conjuradero), Loreto and San Benón, as well as the town hall. Also the Interpretation Center of the Order of San Juan del Hospital. If you want to know more about this town, you can take the guided tour.
Here we recommend you to do the linear route of 6.5 km one way that connects Villarroya with Miravete de la Sierra, both declared historical-artistic sites. In Miravete you can see the Church of Nuestra Señora de las Nieves, the arcaded square, the town hall, the medieval bridge, the oven, the trinquete and, after a short walk along the river, the flour mill. You can also visit the ichnites, or dinosaur footprints that are very close to the town and belong to the Jurassic-Cretaceous transit. A panel will help you with the interpretation.
If you still have time left, in Villarroya you can enjoy numerous experiences: from a visit to the farmhouse of Los Baños, to a pottery workshop or a forest bath.