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ESTANCA, NEW MEETING POINT

by | Feb 6, 2023

ESTANCA, NEW MEETING POINT

María, a lovely lady from Corella, has offered her country house in La Estanca, just 1 km from Corella, to use as headquarters  for Biciclistas and a meeting point for Erasmus volunteers. Five students have participated in the two visits to plan future uses and events and start cleaning the place inside and outside. The headquarters, meeting and resting point will be paramount for Cycling Without Age pilots and elders. Besides, we can use the place in Erasmus-related activities.Thanks, kids, for pitching in!

Written by Antonio Peña de Marcos

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On the second day of the route, we departed from Fuentes de Magaña, where we spent the night at the Turístico Tierras Altas Hostel. Maite and Enrico served as our guides, who treated us to a delicious dinner the previous night (meatballs with tomato sauce).After...

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DAY 3: SAN PEDRO MANRIQUE-VEA-CORNAGO

DAY 3: SAN PEDRO MANRIQUE-VEA-CORNAGO

Today we woke up at the parish house and after having breakfast at the Motores Restaurant, we gathered with the cyclists, who were eager to enjoy this last stretch with us.To start, we visited the "Fire Crossing Site," a place declared of National Tourist Interest and...

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DAY 1: SUELLACABRAS – FUENTES DE MAGAÑA

DAY 1: SUELLACABRAS – FUENTES DE MAGAÑA

We've embarked on a three-day excursion (57 km) through the Highlands of Soria. Each day an ambassador will recount the hiking journey. Aitana Ayuso begins:"First day of the Erasmus route. We started in Suellacabras, which, despite having few inhabitants, is a very...

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ESTANCA, NEW MEETING POINT

by | Feb 6, 2023

14 new kilometers of RUSCA, the «Healthy and Cultural Alhama Route»

We have inaugurated 14 new kilometers of the RUSCA, the «Healthy and Cultural Alhama Route». This trail, that connected Corella with Cintruenigo and Fitero already, reaches the border with La Rioja with this new 14-km stretch and, hopefully, will get to Alfaro and the Sotos del Ebro in the near future.  Six Erasmus ambassadors and two majors (Alfaro’s a Cervera de Río Alhama’s) participated in the event and walked to Araciel (10 kms). Once in Corella, we gave «A whole life cycling» award to the Arellano sisters: Fabiola, Rocío and Lourdes

Written by Antonio Peña de Marcos

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DAY 2: FUENTES DE MAGAÑA-SAN PEDRO MANRIQUE

DAY 2: FUENTES DE MAGAÑA-SAN PEDRO MANRIQUE

On the second day of the route, we departed from Fuentes de Magaña, where we spent the night at the Turístico Tierras Altas Hostel. Maite and Enrico served as our guides, who treated us to a delicious dinner the previous night (meatballs with tomato sauce).After...

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DAY 3: SAN PEDRO MANRIQUE-VEA-CORNAGO

DAY 3: SAN PEDRO MANRIQUE-VEA-CORNAGO

Today we woke up at the parish house and after having breakfast at the Motores Restaurant, we gathered with the cyclists, who were eager to enjoy this last stretch with us.To start, we visited the "Fire Crossing Site," a place declared of National Tourist Interest and...

read more
DAY 1: SUELLACABRAS – FUENTES DE MAGAÑA

DAY 1: SUELLACABRAS – FUENTES DE MAGAÑA

We've embarked on a three-day excursion (57 km) through the Highlands of Soria. Each day an ambassador will recount the hiking journey. Aitana Ayuso begins:"First day of the Erasmus route. We started in Suellacabras, which, despite having few inhabitants, is a very...

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