Location: Molina de Aragón

Situated in the north-east of the province, it is a city with a great wealth of monuments.
Its castle, located on a hillside overlooking the valley, is undoubtedly outstanding. It has a outer wall, with numerous defence towerswhich surrounds the perimeter and protects the fortress itself.
The inner castle once had eight towers, of which two remain and four others are in good condition. These towers are connected by a crenellated parapet.
Another highly recommended visit is the Monastery of San FranciscoThe building was founded at the end of the 13th century and is currently occupied by a Residence for the Elderly, and by the Regional Museum of Molina de Aragón.
When strolling through its streets, we must not forget the Jewish quarter, which has a large medieval beautyand the Moorish quarter on the other side of the river. Over the river, the Romanesque bridge, symbol of the town, Made of red sandstone and consisting of three arches.
Its Christian temples from different periods of art range from the Romanesque Santa Clara, in the square that bears its name, to Santa María la Mayor de San Gil, completely rebuilt after a fire in the 20th century; passing through the Renaissance reflected in San Pedro, with its beautiful Mudejar belfry or the neoclassic of the Convent of San Francisco.
As a witness to its splendour, the most significant palaces bear witness in their coats of arms and inscriptions to the names of their distinguished inhabitants: Diaz de la Guerra Bishopric HousePalacio de los Arias, Palacio de los Montesoro... and among all of them the Palacio de los Molina stands out, The SubalternThe main entrance has a large vaulted semicircular arch with the Molina coats of arms.