Albarracín is surrounded by stony hills and located in a meander of the Guadalaviar River. Beyond doubt the small city of Albarracín is such a unique place that has preserved all its Islamic and medieval flavor; its old quarter was declared and protected by the UNESCO, designed as a Historic and Artistic Site in 1961.

Walking along the city and stepping into its monuments is like traveling to the medieval ages.
The stunning architectonical and urban legacy of this unique town, breaths charm and rest. Albarracin treasures that surprise anyone who arrives at the town. You will admire every inch, the red-colored houses, the narrow streets, the ups and downs, the ancient doors, and ring bells, the tiny carved wood, the nicely forged balconies.
The Castle, the Fortress, the Towers, the Cathedral, churches,… There is such a large range of monuments and museums to discover and to rediscover our History.

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(Albarracín History and restoration process)

In the surrounding area, we can find the natural wonder of The Protected Landscape of Ródeno Pine Woods. The massive pines area creates a green natural scenario, combined with the characteristic red stone of El Ródeno, just a marvelous place to be admired. Rocky shelters and caves that showcase samples of Levantinian prehistoric art, declared World Heritage by UNESCO.

SONOTOMIA second residency is willing to capture the sound of this unique place. If you are a creative and/or a cultural professional, do not miss it! Join us, and let’s discover together the sound of this amazing cultural and natural spot.

The call is still open, until next April 11. Submit your applications here