Our story

The story of Fontecabras water goes hand in hand with Jaraba story. Jaraba is a village close Zaragoza (Spain) located in Mesa river valley, whose spring’s waters have mineral properties.

Roman period

AQUAE NINFORUM

water nymphs

Over many years Jaraba’s springs were known with this name given by the romans. They experiences the benefits of this warm waters and became famous the village and the springs.

Year 800

PILGRIMAGE

PILGRIMAGE

Documents relate the use of these hot springs by the pilgrims in time of the Reconquest. They devoted themselves to the shrine of the Virgin of Jaraba and seeking the sanatoria benefits of its waters preserved.

1869

OFFICIAL RECOGNIZE

OFFICIAL RECOGNIZE

The publication “Mineral Waters of Spain “published by the IGME , was the first official reference that recognize the medicinal mineral character and public use of the thermal waters of Jaraba.

1873

PUBLIC UTILITY SPRINGS

PUBLIC UTILITY SPRINGS

The 15th April 1873 Jaraba’s springs appear in the letter “Review of all public utility springs declared in Spain”.

1888

PUBLIC UTILITY WATER

PUBLIC UTILITY WATER

Is in this year appears the specific mention about the Public Utility Water of Fontecabras spring’s water.

2014

From 1997 until today Fontecabras spring waters have been exploited by the company Manantiales del Piedra S.A. a dynamic development enterprise that introduces in 2014 an actual new visual imagine for Fontecabras brand

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