Only a few kilometres away from the Gallocanta lagoon and once you have visited the La Zaida lagoon, you will come to Used, a small village of noble houses (Calle Mayor, plaza de la Obra) whose Gothic hermitage devoted to the Virgen del Pilar will surprise you along with its old nevera (a construction used for storing snow).

From here you can go on to visit the Guialguerrero lagoon which isn’t very far-off or head towards Santed, a village standing on a hill that still conserves the structure of an old, 14th century castle. It offers excellent views over the whole basin.

Only 23 kilometres away from Gallocanta, you will come across one of the roughest places in the Daroca region, the ravines of Piedra river (Torralba de los Frailes), an ideal spot for trekking and rock climbing with almost 200-meter high cliffs forged over the centuries by the river below.

Turning back ,you can head North along the A-2506 road, towards Piedra Monastery, and you will arrive at Abanto, where you can go fishing and swimming in the reservoir and from there you can visit the abandoned village of Pardos, where legend has it that Cid Campeador stayed over on his way from Burgos to Valencia.

From Gallocanta and once you have reached Daroca, you can visit Villafeliche, with its castle that reportedly dates back to Muslim times, a ceramics factory and the Gunpowder Museum, which informs visitors that the town had more than 200 mills for gunpowder production in the 19th century.

Back in Daroca, but this time going in the opposite direction, you will come to Anento, where apart from San Blas church with its Gothic altarpiece, the 14th century castle and the Celtiberian fortified tower of San Cristóbal, you can also visit the Aguallueve natural park.

San Martín del Río is yet another interesting spot with its monumental 14th century Renaissance-Gothic church the highlights of which are its 14th to 18th century altarpieces and a 12th century Romanesque statue (Virgen del Buen Reposo), as well as a museum dedicated to Eltrasiego wine.