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The Lavender Interpretation Centre.

Complement your visit with:


At your way:

Large scale – go to page

The path of the cold – go to page


        Escorihuela, Portachuelo Trenchesgo 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


Route of the Alcamines PR-TE 36 (Alfambra- Galve) – go to page

The Barranco de la Hoz hiking trail (Corbalán) – go to page


Escorihuela is a town through which several routes are known for its rich landscape and natural beauty.

Inhabitants: 141
Altitude: 1.133 m
Demonym: Escorihuelense
Website: www.escorihuela.es

How to get there?
By the N.420 from Teruel and turning off on a local road. It is 33 km from Teruel. See Map



La Vaca stream.

Paraje de la Torrecilla.

Hocino park.


Sierra de Castelfrío: Corbalán – Alfambra (PR – TE 35)  

Ronda de los tres reinos. This 320 km long route runs through the territories that make up the Three Kingdoms. From Cedrillas it descends towards Escorihuela and continues the journey towards Alfambra.

Route of the Viewpoints. It reaches Escorihuela from El Pobo and continues towards Alfambra.



Church of San Lorenzo, 17th century. Typical Teruel Baroque construction, with three naves covered with a barrel vault with lunettes, the main chapel is covered with a quarter vault on pendentives. The walls are decorated with grey, blue and yellow sgraffito. The tower has a square section with gargoyles at the corners; the octagonal upper section was added later.

Town Hall with a commodities exchange. Two-storey building with a market hall with two blinded semicircular openings.

Manor House. Three-storey building with a symmetrical composition. It is notable for its grilles and the solanar. The eaves are overhanging and rounded.

Half-covered laundry room


The High Fountain

Centro de Interpretación El Espliego: In the CIES you can see a distillation area, an auditorium with projections about lavender and a series of original objects related to its harvesting and distillation. You can also take a tour through the whole process by means of information panels that accompany it. There is also information on other aromatic plants and a recreation of the Escorihuela fossil dunes.


17th January, San Antón. The blessing of game, figs, walnuts, hemp seeds and wine rolls.

22 May in honour of Santa Quiteria. On the eve of the saint’s day, arc-shaped arbours are placed at the entrance to the village, at the door of the church and a tree is planted in the square. The procession on the day of Santa Quiteria reaches the pylon and a raffle is held to raise money for the fiesta.

10 August in honour of San Lorenzo.

The three local saints San Antón, San Lorenzo and Santa Quiteria have in common the offering of a roll or roscón that hangs from the arms of the saints when they are taken out in the procession. After blessing it, it is distributed among the neighbours with beneficial and protective effects.