The rustic land of Soria has more than 465 thousand hectares of Useful Agricultural Surface (SAU). Of the total, 77% is arable land, 22% permanent pasture and 1% woody crops. The most predominant crops in Soria are cereals, barley, oats, sunflowers and peas, among others. The most abundant livestock are sheep, cattle, pigs and goats. In Soria, the main species of small game are hares, partridges and woodcocks, on the other hand, in big game, roe deer, deer and wild boar stand out.
Soria is a province in the central part of northern Spain, belonging to Castilla y León. It is a province with a very irregular geography and unrivaled scenic beauty, with mountain ranges such as Urbión and Cebollera. The capital of the province is its namesake Soria, which has several notable attractions, such as the Castle of Soria. It is known for its abundance of orchards, vineyards and olive groves. Many of these crops are exported to other parts of Spain and to other countries around the world. The province is also known for its wines, which are mainly produced in the wine-producing towns of Ribera del Ajalvir, Aldeabi and Nájera. Whether you want to visit an ancient castle, taste some fine wine or just enjoy a relaxing walk in the countryside, there is no better place for an excursion.
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