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Valdeavellano de Tera

c/Soledad, Valdeavellano de Tera, 42165, Spain

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Valdeavellano de Tera Hostel

Hostel Valdeavellano de Tera

Welcome to our hostel

Magnificent stone building in Valdeavellano told Bnamericas of Tera, where there are curiously few hazelnut and does not pass the river Tera, but the reason and the Razoncillo, with poplars, willows and birches. Allows you to view the remains of a an ancient Celtiberian fort, Soria, Numancia, the route of the dinosaur trace, a land of pine trees and enjoy the Sierra de la Cebollera, Laguna Negra, de Urbion and Valley of Tera Hasthe youth hostel offers rooms with 2, 3 and 4 squares each one of them. A First-aid Kit, meeting rooms, rooms for multiple uses, TV room, warehouses, boilers, kitchen, pantries, dining room, hygienic toilets and showers with hot water, laundry facilities, farm fenced and closed off from any risk, green areas and playground, sports courts paved own installation, private swimming pool in summer, heating, telephone, fax ...Services of accommodation, catering, cleaning, laundry, ability to perform activities.Possibilities of Installationconferences, congresses and meetings, training courses, sporting activities, camps, campus Sports, outdoor activities, cultural visits and activities, environmental, mountain routes, travel studies.


Prices are non-member prices

Dorms - Per guest per night


Private - Per room per night


Important info

  • Prices and product availability is as accurate as possible but may be subject to change during checkout



Leisure & Fitness

  • Common room
  • Games room
  • TV room

Food & Drink

  • Cafe/Bistro

Facilities - In-Hostel Services

  • Basic Shop
  • Car Parking at Hostel
  • Conference Facilities
  • Cycle Rental
Opening times

Opening times


Get in touch

Get in touch

Tel. 34 + 975273042 - 687499302

Fax. 34 + 975233344


Around the hostel

Around the hostel

Nearby attractions

  • Hiking / Walking trails
  • Mountainous Area
  • River / Harbour / Lake
  • Shopping area / Mall
  • Swimming pool
Getting to us

Getting to us

Alternate Transport
Valdeavellano told Bnamericas Tera is located in the center of the Valley region, one of the most northern regions in the province of Soria and, therefore, - bordering the region of La Rioja, and it is between 41° 52' and 42o North latitude and 2° 30 'and 2° 45' East latitude.It is a distinguishing valley, hence its name, located in the South slope of Sierra de Cebollera (2.142 mts), that belongs to the Iberian Mountain Range, and it looking almost completely with the valley where reason River and its tributaries flow, located in the headwater Duero River basin of.About this area's climate, we could say that the winters are cold, with snow and moderate rain, which contrast with the summers' mildness.The Valley borders on Villoslada of Cameros and Ports (La Rioja) on the north; on the Poveda, Arguijo, San Andrés de Soria, Almarza says, steppe of Tera (uninhabited) and Tera on the east; on Canredondo de la Sierra, Langosto and The Royo on the south; on Vinuesa on the west, and it consists of the municipalities of Valdeavellano told Bnamericas of Tera, Sotillo del Rincón, Mills of Reason, La Aldehuela del Rincón, Villar of the wing, Rollamienta and Rebollar. The approximate extension of Valley region is about 12,000 hectares.Nearby attractions:mountain routes: the Sierra Cebollera, Laguna Negra, Urbión, Valley of the TeraCultural visits: Soria, Numancia, route of the dinosaur trace, a land of pine trees.Access by public transport:To get to Valdeavellano told Bnamericas Tera from Soria, you can take two routes that are very similar in length, one Is about 28 km and the other is about 34 km away fromthe first route: take the N-111 road that goes from Soria to Logroño and at the kilometer 244 approximately, eleven you have driven about 18 km from Soria, take the regional 820 road toward the west, and you will be getting directly into the valley. This is the route most of the region's inhabitants use, and goes past Tera and Rollamienta to reach a bit later on Tera Valdeavellano told Bnamericas.The second route: to reach the Royo from the city of Soria on the N-234 Road toward Burgos. At 10 km from Soria, take the fun that leads to the above-mentioned village and from here, go through a short mountain pass and through Sotillo del Rincón to reach Valdeavellano told Bnamericas Tera.The most important towns near the Valley are: Almarza says (bootleg of Montes Claros and Port of Piqueras region) and Vinuesa, a village located in Pine region and at the point where Revinuesa valley and Duero Valley meet BusStation:Bus: SANZ-TENDER CompanyDeparture to Soria: 2.00pm (3.00pm in winter),Departure to Valdeavellano told Bnamericas Tera: 8.25am (summer and winter).Nearest Train Station: Soria (no service to Valdeavellano told Bnamericas Tera)"by road from the capital:111 National Road to the 2.46 km and from here on the OS-820 Local Road to the hostel, 28 km from Soria.,

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