To the west of La Bicuerca, wine among pine and almond trees.


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From the Sierra de la Bicuerca, a sea of almond trees stretches westward to the town, with the unmistakable sturdiness of the tower of the Church of Santiago Apóstol. A town with Iberian or Roman roots, founded on the banks of a water spring. The water continues to flow from the Concejo and Enrique Pedrón fountains, and allowed the construction of a public washing place which has been restored and can be visited. The memory of the village is still alive in the Colección Museográfica Vida Rural, where everyday objects and tools were kept until the last century.

Fuenterrobles attracts cyclists, walkers and nature lovers. There are mountain bike and trekking routes in the surroundings of La Bicuerca, with landmarks such as the Telegraph Tower. The section of the Camino de Santiago that links Valencia and Cuenca borders the mountains and offers less difficulty. Likewise, the singular and monumental trees of the municipality have been catalogued in the surroundings for their protection and enjoyment by residents and visitors.

In February, the Candelaria, the town's patron saint, is celebrated, and in mid-August the patron saint's festival in honour of Santiago. On the second Sunday in May, the pilgrimage to the Cueva Santa is held, a traditional place of pilgrimage in the Hoces del Cabriel.

Te recomendamos

  1. Eat at Casa Genaro, the gastronomic reference in the area, where you will be treated very well.  
  2. Taste the organic wines of Noemí Wines, a wine producer with a very interesting proposal.
  3. Buy local oil, exquisite.
  4. Go up to the Telegraph and look for fossils in the Bicuerca. In the Collado area you will find ammonites in abundance.
  5. If you like birds, in La Bicuerca you will find griffon vultures and mountain birds such as bee-eaters, wheatears, blackbirds, finches or robins.

Ideas for your trip

Explore Tierra Bobal your way

Birds & Wines Frontier Land B

Birds & Wines Frontier Land B


An experience that combines birdwatching with tasting local wines from organically grown...

All year round is good time to visit us

Each season has its charm. Good wine and good food always.


With the first cold weather comes the grape harvest and the landscape turns red, orange and ochre. It's the perfect time to go out on the road, camera in hand, or to take part in the harvest. Are you up for it?

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