Rivas de Tereso
Relive the story of Andrés Pascual’s book by following this path, the main axis of a race against the clock through idyllic vineyards and millenary traditions. The route starts at the Plaza de la Paz in Rivas de Tereso and leaves you at the foot of the necropolis and the Hermitage of Santa María de la Piscina, emblematic places in the plot of the book. Along the route of the path you can visit interesting places, such as the remains of the hermitage of San Bartolomé de Orzales, the hermitages of Gobate, the village of Peciña… and if you extend your walk with the circular route that takes you back to Rivas de Tereso you will have the opportunity to visit the Neolithic dolmen of La Cascaja and the set of wine presses and cave presses of Zabala.
By scanning the QR codes that you will find along the route you will obtain information about the route and you will also be able to remember a passage from the book “A merced de un dios salvaje” (At the mercy of a wild god).
Santa María de la Piscina