Inside a church, La Fresneda, Teruel, Aragón, Spain.
Matarraña is situated at the eastern extreme of this Aragonese province. It borders the provinces of Zaragoza (north), Tarragona (east) and Castellón (south).
The total population of 8,894 inhabitants spread among the 18 villages of Matarraña. The county capital is the village of Valderrobres, located in the very heart of the region. Valderrobres is known here as the administrative centre, whereas Calaceite is considered the monumental capital.
The climate is Mediterranean, with irregular rainfalls, low temperatures in winter.
Architecturally, each village enjoys its impressive cultural heritage.
For nature-lovers, Matarraña is an ideal place, with plenty of routes, tracks and a well conserved nature.