On the last day we will make a brief stop in Bordón where you should visit the Church of the Virgen de la Carrasca, with interesting paintings that decorate the whole interior, and the hermitages of San Antonio de Padua and Calvario. Check visiting hours at the Tourist Office.
The next destination will be Tronchón, 18 km from Bordón, known for its famous cheese already mentioned in Don Quixote. Also declared a historic-artistic site for its significant architectural heritage, you can visit the Church of Santa Maria Magdalena, the dungeon, the old school and the town hall. You can’t miss the old hospital, the washhouses and the ceramic ovens. If you feel like walking a bit, the path of Vuelta a las ermitas allows you to reach the hermitages of Tremedal and Santa Ana, from where the views of the town are unbeatable.
The last stop is Villarluengo, 22 km from Tronchón, where you can see the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, the trinquete, the town hall, the washhouse and the viewpoints, which allow you to look out over the ravine of the Cañada river that borders the village, highlighting the one known as the Outsiders’ Balcony. On the outskirts you will find the hermitages of San Bartolomé and San Cristóbal as well as the ruins of the Convent of Montesanto, where you can approach following the marked path.
If you have time left, we recommend the route of the medieval bridges and well of the Wintera circular route of 4 km in length, which descends to the Cañada river.