Official Portal of Tourism. Junta de Castilla y Leon
Also known as "Ojo de Mar" (Eye of the Sea)
In the heart of the province of Soria, surrounded by an impressive landscape of limestone moors, precipices, trenches and ravines, we find the Fuentona de Muriel.
Also known as "Ojo de Mar" (Eye of the Sea), this beautiful resurgence of karstic origin is the birth of the river Avión. The principal vegetation in this area is the incense juniper, a rare and important botanical species. Nearby is the medieval village of Calatañazor, overshadowed by the beautiful, dominant silhouette of its legendary castle.
Park House 'El Sabinar'
In this tower, part of the ancient Palace of Santa Coloma, visitors will find all the information they need to enjoy their visit to the full. The calendar of activities featuring all the local festivals and events as well as the map in the welcoming Visitor's Corner will also help them plan their stay.
Address: Palacio de Santa Coloma. 42193
Telephone: 975 188 162
- Birds of prey which build their nests in the crags surrounding La Fuentona.
- Resurgence of karstic origin, surrounded by a singular landscape of limestone trenches, precipices, moors and ravines.
- The incense juniper is predominant.
DeclaredCategory: Natural Monument (229 ha.)
- Municipalities in the province of Soria:
- Cabrejas del Pinar,
- Muriel de la Fuente