Matarraña, the iberian land
On this trail, you can learn the details about Iberian history and culture at archaeological sites and visitor centres.
The Iberian culture was developed in the East of Spain between the 7th and 1stcenturies B. C., when the Greek, Phoenician, Carthaginian and Etruscan cultures also evolved.
The archaeological sites are located in natural places of great value. Most of them are situated in hills, from which outstanding views can be enjoyed.
The Iberian settlements that can be visited are:
- ‘San Antonio’, in Calaceite
- ‘Els Castellans’, in Cretas
- ‘San Cristóbal’, in Mazaleón
- ‘Escodines altes’ and ‘Escodines baixes’, in Mazaleón
- ‘Torre Cremada’, in Valdeltormo
- ‘Tossal Montañes’, in Valdeltormo
The Iberian Road also features several thematic visitor centres that offer detailed information about Iberian culture in the region.
- ‘Centro de indumentaria y etnología ibéricas’, in Calaceite (Clothing and ethnology)
- ‘Centro lengua y escritura ibéricas’, in Cretas (Language and writing)
- ‘Centro de los orígenes del mundo ibérico’, in Mazaleón (Iberian origins)
- ‘Centro de la aristocracia y arquitectura ibéricas’ (Aristocracy and architecture)