Madrid, Spain's capital, is situated roughly 160 miles (257 kilometers) to the west of Allepuz, while Valencia is 70 miles (113 kilometers) to the south.
Of course, limiting yourself to only one place, regardless of its popularity, will only ever furnish you with a narrow glimpse into the wider natural and cultural makeup of a region. So try to set aside some time to enjoy Aragon's other natural and man-made attractions. Mora de Rubielos, lies roughly 17 miles (27 kilometers) to the north. Go there to visit the Colegiata de Santa Maria and Mora de Rubielos Castle.
While you are on holiday in Allepuz, why not head to Teruel. Approximately 20 miles (32 kilometers) away, this regional transport and shopping hub is home to Teruel Museum, Plaza de San Juan and Torre de San Juan. If you have time to spare, be sure to check out Teruel Cathedral, Dinopolis and Torre de El Salvador before returning to Allepuz.
If the weather keeps you indoors, go to Aragon's art museums, theaters and art galleries. Houses of worship are often the best places to experience a community's heart and soul. The monasteries around Allepuz are no exception.
Aragon offers a wide range of laid-back ways to enjoy the great outdoors, such as bird watching and shore fishing. When the weather is fine, enjoy the region's alluring waterways. Fishing and sea kayaking are just two of the popular ways to get wet here.
You will be sad to bid "Adiós" (farewell) to this magnetic place.