A new place, a Vespa, a map in one’s hand and several days ahead of you. These might be the perfect ingredients to mix and serve like a cinema script, or simply a special holiday.
What we propose is a route on two wheels through the most fascinating villages and corners of the province of Segovia. The secondary highways of this province of Castile-Leon can be the ideal itinerary for doing kilometres with the wind and the sun in your face, discovering interesting natural spaces and architecture. On this route we can explore the Hoces de Duratón Nature Park, climb up among the pines of the Puerto de Navafría or see the Lozoya Valley.
But not everything is natural spaces. On our Vespa we reach the Paular Monastery, villages with the classical taste of Castile such as Riaza and we will discover the special architecture of the red villages. In the evening, rest comes in the form of one of those rural hotels that include typical Castilian breakfasts and dinners.
A separate chapter of the route is Segovia, Heritage of Mankind and the capital, with its imposing Roman Aqueduct.