There was a time when the Kingdom of Aragon was a territory shared between three cultures: Islamic, Hebrew, and Christian. Later, the Catholic Kings expelled the Muslims and Jews and made it their business to either erase all traces of their cultures or to turn their buildings into properties owned by the Crown or the Church. Although some of the most emblematic Muslim structures on the Spanish peninsula are still conserved, little remains of the Hebrew culture.
On this route, we shall discover a little more about the medieval “Sefarad” (the traditional Jewish name for the Iberian Peninsula), in the “Cinco Villas” (Five Towns) region. We will visit the streets of Ejea de Los Caballeros, Luna, El Frago, and Biel.
At each of the stops on this page, there is a hidden treasure. To locate it, we provide you with coordinates and a series of helpful hints. We recommend that you download the free application available from https://www.geocaching.com/play, where you find all our geo-located treasures and hints.