The Jubilee Route (or Ruta Jubierre in Spanish) is a loop road in the Monegros region in Spain. Is it a truly fun way to discover the hinterland of this area such as some rock formations.
Where is the road located?
The road is situated in the Monegros Desert that is in the province of Huesca in the Aragon region that is located in the northeast of Spain.
You can situate the road on the map below:
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General details about the Jubierre Route:
This is an 11 kilometers (7 miles) loop around Sena town.
The road is partially unpaved, so it is better to have a four wheel drive car to drive there.
It makes a loop in the nice region of Monegros that is a semi-desertic region in Spain with cool landscapes. Indeed, there are some amazing rock formations there.
How to get to Jubierre Route?
In order to come to the Ruta Jubierre, you have to come to Sena city that it is approximately located between Saragose and Barcelone on the A-131 road.
Here, is a screen shot with the itinerary on it:
A preview of the drive:
You can discover the road and the area by watching this YouTube video. This video presents also the landscapes and other attractions in the area:
Is the Jubierre Route Road open?
The road is open all year round. However, the road can be in poor condition especially after rains.
As it is partially an unpaved road, a four wheel drive car with high clearance while be appreciated here.
If you are driving in this area, you should consider driving this little loop in the countryside Indeed, you will discover some cool desertic Aragon landscapes.
Pictures credit: PierreG_09 from flickr.com
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