Monasterio de Piedra
Few kilometres away from the city of Catalayud, in the Nuévalos locality, you can find the famous Monasterio de Piedra (Stone Monastery), located in a precious natural park full of waterfalls, water jumps and caves, considered as one of the most visited places in Aragon.
Piedra River goes down through an amazing natural space around a monastery founded by Cistercians monks in the 12th century, shaping a unique space with incredible variety of flora and fauna.
Historical centre of Calatayud
Walking through the old town of Calatayud you can visit important historical monuments. The Aragonese style palaces with a gallery of arches such as the House of the Pujada of Vezlopez and the Sesé, as well as buildings of Mudejar character, are some of the highlighted spots.
The golf course was built in 2011 and is important because it has 18 holes Pitch & Putt, located next to the practice field, and the Putting Green.
The path is oriented to the city of Catalayud, between mountains and with an unbeatable beauty landscape, with the castle of Ayud at the end and the Roman ruins of Bílbilis.
The field is approved by the Spanish Royal Federation of Golf to celebrate all type of local or national golf events.
Collegiate church of Santa Maria
It is one of the most emblematic temples in the city. The tower, built in Mudejar style and of Muslim origin, is over 60 meters high. Inside you can visit the sacred museum.
The Collegiate Church of Santa María was built on top of the old mosque and is a World Heritage Site since 2001, both for its façade and for the Mudejar art inside.