You start the day with a scenic route through woods and fields with occasional bubbling brooks before approaching the majestic Oca Mountains. You travel towards the mountain range en route to Belorado, a relaxing town with some lovely sights. The altarpiece of San Juan Bautista, a 16th-century church, is a must-see. As you pass through the villages today, glimpses of the Oca Mountains will come into view, which during the middle ages were feared owing to a high number of bandits that hid in the nearby woodland. On arrival into Belorado, head to the Plaza Mayor and enjoy a cool cerveza from one of the many pavement café bars.
Meals Included: Breakfast
Built in 1850, the hotel was acquired by the Uzquiza brothers. A lively atmosphere, the hotel interior has preserved the original stone walls and wooden beams whilst the rooms have been renovated with modern furnishings, all with their own bathroom.