We have programmed up to 4 complementary cultural and natural activities to the program. All of them will take place on Thursday 23 at 6:00 p.m. and Friday 24 at 7:00 p.m., after the fair ends, leaving Villardeciervos on a bus from the organization.
Reserve your place at the time of registration, without additional costs. If you have already registered and want to add a complementary activity, write to email@example.com
Iberian Wolf Center of Castilla y León
The Iberian Wolf Center of CyL – Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente is an educational resource and socio-economic revitalization linked to the Wolf Conservation and Management Plan in Castilla y León. It allows your visitors:
Located in the northwest of the province of Zamora, it is located on a Public Utility Mount in the town of Robledo de Sanabria (Puebla de Sanabria), with an area of 21 hectares.
Most of the space is occupied by a repopulated pine forest, which is occasionally combined with some groves of Pyrenean oak, birch and alder, together with formations of humid scrub and grasslands on the banks of streams and in the valley bottoms.
Castle of Puebla de Sanabria
Built in the mid-15th century by Mr. Rodrigo Alonso de Pimentel and Mrs. María Pacheco (IV Counts of Benavente), it occupies a privileged position on a promontory. rocky protected by three riverbeds. It is a castle-fortress built in granite masonry with a walled enclosure with a quadrangular plan and a central tower, the Torre del Homenaje or as it is popularly known as “El Macho”.
In the northern part of the walled enclosure is the Visitors Center in the “Casa del Gobernador” as well as the Municipal Tourist Office. With different exhibition rooms, the visitor will be able to enter the Pimentel Route, from the green fields of Vinhais in the Portuguese Park of Montesinho, passing through the Benavente hydrological enclave to the Villafáfila plain. The historical, ethnographic, landscape and fauna richness of these enclaves is summarized in each of the rooms, in addition to offering relevant information on the Sanabria region and the Sierra de la Culebra.
In the Tower of Homage is the Fortifications Center, where information is offered in an entertaining way about the history of the castle, the town and the fortresses of the province. Panels, audiovisuals and interactive games are a complement to the holes inherent in the old rooms together with the excellent panoramic views of the exterior of the Tower.
In the east wing of the walled enclosure is the House of Culture. It consists of three rooms; The Assembly Hall is located in the basement, the Municipal Library on the ground floor and the Exhibition Hall on the first floor.
Visit to the museum of giants and streets of Puebla de Sanabria
The whole of the town constitutes an authentic fortified bastion through which countless battles have passed. Its border condition has made it a Villa that is currently declared a HISTORIC-ARTISTIC COMPLEX.
As soon as we cross the river and enter what today constitutes the Center of the population, we see a steep street, in the vicinity of which are the most austere facades.
The houses of this town still keep the memory of former moments of splendor. These constructions show a great ornamental wealth. The coats of arms appear on its facades, large profusely contoured modillions support the eaves and some of the most beautiful balconies in the Region. The corridors are wide and the galleries are almost always glazed. In addition, the ironwork works further embellish these already attractive constructions.
A good part of the Walls that protected all this HISTORICAL-ARTISTIC COMPLEX are still preserved from which unparalleled views of our Region are contemplated.
Honey Interpretation Center. ‘ A reference center in the world of beekeeping for the northwest of the peninsula.
The Honey Interpretation Center is located in Sagallos, in Manzanal de Arriba (Zamora), a place with a great and strategic beekeeping tradition, in the heart of the Sierra de la Culebra, surrounded by reservoirs and a few kilometers from the Lago de Sanabria.
The center offers guided tours (English, Portuguese and Spanish) through the honey museum and the wax press, as well as visits to live beehives and gastronomic workshops with honey as the protagonist. Medicinal plant workshops can also be held at this center, using the wax for its transformations into creams. For the little ones, the center organizes storytelling, crafts and beekeeping games for children.