Friday, 24 February 2012

Discover Sarrion ``The Capital of Black Truffle´´. Tourism in Teruel (Spain)

Teruel is a province of Aragón, home to the Mudejar architecture, awarded the World Heritage Designation by the UNESCO.

Teruel Province
A prime example of the Mudejar architecture of  Teruel are: 


The Cathedral 

El Salvador - Mudejar tower 

San Pedro - site of the Alabaster tomb of 'Los Amantes' (The Lovers of Teruel). Good Mudejar tower and complete coverage of internal bricks with designs. 

The Lovers of Teruel

Also well worth seeing are: 

The aqueduct/viaduct 

The Provincial Museum. 

Dinopolis. Paleontological museum and amusement park

The Provincial Museum

We invite you to know the most valued treasures of the gastronomy turolense. Recipes flavored and aromatized with oil, saffron, truffles and mushrooms, where the Ternasco and the Spanish ham are protagonists; and the wines companions of the best party. Approach to savour the purest Teruel in exclusive and singular places. 




If you enjoy Gastronomic Tourism, you cannot miss a visit to Sarrión, a small town in the province of Teruel, in the Sierra de Javalambre Mountains. This town is considered the Capital of Black Truffle in Spain, according to experts, it has the best conditions in Europe to grow the black truffle (Tuber melanosporum,) also called the black diamond.

Fresh Black Truffle (Tuber Melanosporum)

Every year in December, celebrates in Sarrion FITRUF, the most important exhibition, exclusively dedicated to the black truffle (Tuber Melanosporum). You can discover all about the Truffle's World: conferences, culinary demonstrations, tasting menus made with truffles and more interesting activities like truffle-hunting dog shows. This fair is a great opportunity to discover and enjoy black truffles from Sarrion, the best in the world!

Truffle Plantation in Sarrion, Aragon, Spain

We invite you to discover Teruel and Sarrion, our culture, traditions, landscapes, natural resources and gastronomy. Come and enjoy!!, you´ll be welcome at any time!!

For further information you can link to:

Teruel Council website

Sarrion Council website

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