Location: Cobeta

Very close to Molina de Aragónwe find Cobetaa small village with narrow streets and sturdy houses of pink sandstone, just a few kilometres from the Arandilla river valley.
In her time she was famous for her iron ore minesbut they ceased to be exploited. The village had two smithies, which were burnt down by the Carlist troops in April 1840.
During the War of Independence, the resistance set up in the village a rifle factory of which there is no trace left today.
Although it is undoubtedly its tower one of the elements to be highlighted. It is the only surviving vestige of the castle The church was built in the middle of the 14th century and stood on the top of the hill overlooking the town.
In terms of natural heritage, we discover a place of extraordinary beauty, where the tall reddish sandstone rocks blend with the lush vegetation, where the hermitage of Nuestra Señora de MontesinosThe building, a large building kept for many years by a hermit who lived in an adjoining building.

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