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El Pobo


Los Pilones and  a Safari through the Turoliense savannah.


 Village belonging to the Parque Cultural del Chopo Cabecero.


Complement your visit with:

At your way:

The path of the cold – go to page

Large scale – go to page


El Pobo, La Corraliza slope – go to page

El Pobo, Castelfrío fortifications – go to page

El Pobo, Hoyalta Shelters- go to page

Alfambra, Trenches – go to page

Corbalán, Búnker Alto de la Torana – go to page

Corbalán, Cabigordo Trenches – go to page

Corbalán, Cerro Pino Redondo – go to page

Escorihuela, Portachuelo Trenches – go to page


Route of the Virgen del Campo PR- TE 51 (Galve- Jorcas) – go to page

Path of the source of the river Mijares (Cedrillas) – go to page

Path of the Barranco de la Hoz (Corbalán) – go to page


Undoubtedly, the majesty of the church of San Bartolomé impresses all those who visit this small town in the region that has become a must for lovers of folk music.

Inhabitants: 112
Altitude: 1.399 m
Demonym: Pobino/a
Website: www.ayuntamientoelpobo.es/


How to get there?

El Pobo is 40 kilometres from Teruel. You can get there on the A-226, turning off at the Cabigordo pass. See Map


Arca Fountain.

Penilla Fountain.

El Cubo Fountain.

El Ribazo Fountain.

Ansara Fountain.

Santa Ana Fountain.


Route of the Camino Real. Follow the PR TE-45 that goes from Jorcas to Monteagudo del Castilo. From the river, take the path that goes up on the right to the TE.V-8001 road, which you must follow in the direction of El Pobo for a few metres.



Church in honour of San Bartolomé, 16th century. It is the only example in the province of a church with three naves built in the 16th century. It is covered with ribbed vaults resting on pilasters attached to the semi-octagonal section walls. In the 17th century, the apse was rebuilt with a barrel vault with lunettes and decorated with classicist motifs. It is currently decorated with Baroque stuccoes from the end of the 18th century.

Hermitage of the Virgin of Loreto, 18th century, with a single nave covered with a half-barrel vault. It is made of masonry and stonework in the corners. It has an atrium and stands out for its doorway with alfiz and the Baroque interior decoration.

El Pobo Fountain. Built in ashlar masonry with a semicircular arch.

Washing place.

Peirón de San Bartolomé.

Ancestral homes: Casa de la Herrería, house in the main street (17th century) with a large wrought iron grille.

Town Hall with a market with two arches supported by a Doric column.


Epiphany, 5th January. For a few years now, the residents of El Pobo and Camarillas have been getting together and handing out toys to the children. Afterwards they celebrate a dinner and a verbena (street party).

Eve of San Antón, 17th January. The traditional bonfires are held. According to tradition, if someone did not go to the bonfire, the animals could die.

The Mayos and the Coplas de la Marquesa. They are only kept in the memory of the elderly.

San Juan Bautista. 24th June. Coinciding with the Poborina Folk Festival.

San Bartolomé, end of August.

Poborina Folk Festival, 24th June, in San Juan.