Ermita de la Virgen de la Fuente


Small church in the town of Muel, 30km south of Zaragoza, notable because it contains artworks depicting the four Fathers of the Church, painted in 1772 by a young Goya.

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1. Museo del Grabado de Goya

10.56 MILES

This museum contains an important collection of Goya’s engravings, and acts as the ticket office for the Casa Natal de Goya, 100m along the street. There…

2. Casa Natal de Goya

10.62 MILES

Goya's humble birthplace was owned by his family until the early 20th century. The great man himself spent just his first month here, his mother having…

3. Museo del Vino

11.71 MILES

Around 50km south of Zaragoza lies one of Spain's oldest wine DOs (Denominaciones de Origen), in action since 1932. The Campo de Cariñena DO is centred on…

4. Patio de la Infanta

16.13 MILES

This exhibition space houses the Ibercaja bank's art collection, and puts on many temporary exhibitions. But the real star is the lovely 16th-century…

5. Aljafería

16.3 MILES

The Aljafería is Spain's finest Islamic-era edifice outside Andalucía. Built as a fortified palace for Zaragoza's Islamic rulers in the 11th century, it…

6. Museo de Zaragoza

16.42 MILES

Exceptional Roman mosaics and 19 paintings by Goya are the highlights of the city museum, devoted to archaeology and fine arts. There's plenty more 18th…

7. Iglesia de San Pablo

16.59 MILES

This pretty church has a delicate 14th-century Mudéjar tower and an early-16th-century retablo (altarpiece) by Damián Forment. Guided visits (adult/child …

8. Museo de Pablo Gargallo

16.65 MILES

Within the wonderfully restored 17th-century Palacio Argillo is a representative display of sculptures by Pablo Gargallo (1881–1934), a friend of Picasso…