Justicia Mayor de Aragón Street, 20 Ground Floor
50600 Ejea de los Caballeros (Zaragoza) ESPAÑA.
Tel. +34 976 66 22 10
A COIN TO OPEN THE MUSEUM OF THE TOWER
The tower of Layana, built by King Alfonso II in 1186, is today a unique museum dedicated to agriculture and the Roman world, very relevant in the village, for its proximity to the site of Los Bañales, and for its name that comes from a Roman man called Laius.
This museum is a unique space which can only be opened if you insert a coin at the entrance to get the doors to open up. You will then be able to contemplate the collection of works and stories explained inside.
If you visit this museum, you must go up to its terrace, from which you can see magnificent views of this town located on a promontory, next to the river Riguel, 105 kilometres away from Zaragoza.
Next to the tower is the church dedicated to the English saint, Tomás de Canterbury (known in the UK as Thomas Becket), who is patron of this village.
Route 8: Layana- “Los Bañales” -Biota