The ruins of the castle can be reached following the way from Santa Ana church. On the way there are some caves that were used as houses. The best view of Cervera is from the castle: the village, the river, the spa... We had the chance to sight also some vultures.
The church of Santa Ana was built in the XVI century.
There is one nave and side chapels on the buttresses.
Inside, look at the altarpieces, the choir and the vault.
We were served several starters: snails (very typical from Cervera), artichokes and stuffed pepper...
The main course (recommended by the owners) was roast lamb. It was really delicious, tender and tasty.
The wine (Rioja, of course!) was bottled especially for the restaurant.
Cornago is a beautiful village on a hill dominated by a medieval castle.
All this region was a frontier area in the Middle Ages, thus the importance of the castle.
Turruncún is the name of an abandoned village on the road between Arnedo and Cervera (LR-123).
The church and the houses are ruined. There is not any entrance to the village from the road, but some meters away there is a road that leads to the chapel Ermita de las Vírgenes and to a recreational area from which there is a nice view of Turruncún.
There are some facilities for barbeques, stone tables and benches. A nice place for a picnic.