High altitude limestone moorlands, hanging synclines separated by spectacular river canyons dominate a spectacular landscape that no one leaves indifferent.

These natural fortresses have served, throughout the human history, as a refuge and protection for many peoples and cultures.

Caves, limestone cliffs, ruiniform karstic landscapes and countless waterfalls coexist with small villages that have preserved the essence of the rural environment housing large treasures in the form of Romanesque churches, rock hermitages and well preserved popular architecture.

Las Loras Geopark Visitor Reception Center

Address: Diego Porcelos, 8. Villadiego. 09120 Burgos.
Email: turismo@villadiego.esThis link opens in a popup window
Phone: 659 491 537
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Statement date: 5/5/2017

Category: Geopark (95,076 ha.)

Location: Provinces of Burgos and Palencia. Autonomous Community of Castilla y León.

Municipalities in the province of Burgos:
  • Basconcillos del Tozo,
  • Humada,
  • Huérmeces,
  • Montorio,
  • Rebolledo de la Torre,
  • Sargentes de la Lora,
  • Sotresgudo,
  • Valle de Sedano,
  • Valle de Valdelucio,
  • Villadiego,
  • Úrbel del Castillo
Municipalities in the province of Palencia:
  • Aguilar de Campoo,
  • Alar del Rey,
  • Berzosilla,
  • Pomar de Valdivia,
  • Santibáñez de Ecla

Managers: ARGEOL (Asociación para la Reserva Geológica de Las Loras)

Address: Asociación Argeol, 34839 San Martín de Perapertú

E-mail: info.geoloras@gmail.com

Phone: +34 659 046 747


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