We started the third day with a brief stop at Cañada de Benatanduz which stands out for the view of the ravine offered by its viewpoints. Stop to contemplate the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, the building of the hospital for the poor and the old school, and the hermitages. In the hermitage of San Cristobal you have a good panoramic view of the town and a giant frame to take a good picture.
After this, we will head to Pitarque, 21.5 km from Cañada. On the way, the craggy figure of Villarluengo, located on the slopes of the Monte Santo mountain, is a surprise. If you want to know it in depth, take a look at option 2.
At Pitarque you can visit the Church of Santa María la Mayor and the washhouse. The trail to the source of the Pitarque River, declared a Natural Monument, begins in the town center, with a length of 10 km round trip. A must in Maestrazgo.
From here we will go to Montoro de Mezquita, 12.5 km from Pitarque. On the way we will be surprised by the Organs of Montoro, a wonder of nature and a Natural Monument, which can be enjoyed comfortably from the accessible viewpoint. The road leading to Los Órganos is a scenic road known as the The Silent Route. If you have the chance, you must visit it all, as it hides many surprises.
In Montoro de Mezquita we will walk along the circular route of the Valloré viewpoint and straits, 2.5 km long. Before leaving, walking through the village we will visit the Church of the Assumption, the cemetery and the old ceramic furnace.