In central northern Spain, at the eastern end of Castile and Leon region, Soria is Spain's least densely populated province, lying about two hours from Madrid and approximately halfway between Santander and Valencia.
La Casa de Adobe is located in Valdemaluque, a quiet little farming village nestled in the river Ucero valley, just a stone's throw from the Cañón del Río Lobos Regional Nature Reserve (6 km) and the cathedral town of El Burgo de Osma (10 km).
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We are surrounded by roaming open countryside, mountains and moors, with vast swathes of oak, juniper and pine forests, and close to protected areas of great ecological value.
Valdemaluque and the Ucero valley: One year in 48 photos
What toDo Here
Well off the beaten tourist trail, Soria is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered.
Celtiberian and Roman archaeological sites, medieval castles and churches, sleepy little towns and villages. Breathtaking scenery with plains and forests that stretch as far as the eye can see. Mountain walks and vineyards. Flowers, butterflies and birds.
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What to See and Do in Soria Province
Walking in Soria
Birding in Soria
How toGet Here
Valdemaluque sits on the SO-920 local road that links the N-122 Soria-Valladolid main road in El Burgo de Osma with the N-234 Soria-Burgos main road in San Leonardo de Yagüe. We are 10 km north of El Burgo de Osma and 5 km south of Ucero.
If you are coming from El Burgo de Osma, when you reach Valdemaluque we are in the last street on the right. If you're coming from Ucero, it's the first street on the left. The name of the street is Calle La Dehesa. The entrance to the street is just opposite the bus shelter. On the corner there is a new brick-built house with a black metallic fence. We are about 100 metres up this street on the left-hand side, you can't miss us.
GPS coordinates: Latitude 41.6741, Longitude -3.0445.