It borders with La Rioja and it is the only village of Soria which belongs to the Region of Cameros. You can get to Montenegro from the interior of the province of Soria or from the valleys of Najerilla and Iregua, both from La Rioja. It is included in the Natura Net 2000 by the LIC “Mountain Chains Urbión and Cebollera” and of ZEPA “Mountain Chain Urbión”. It also belongs to the Regional Reserve of Hunting “Urbión”. The Route of Almanzor passes by its term, as well as the GR-86 and different paths. In the villages there are some pictures left in the Romanesque hermitage of Saint Mamés which has two apses inside. Likewise the altarpieces of the Gothic parish are interesting- In the streets you can see some stone houses with shields. Going down from the Port of Saint inés (where there is a Snow Point). To the village it is not strange to see horses and cows in some track of the slope and good panoramic views. If you come from Najerilla, you come through Viniegra de Abajo and Viniegra de Arriba, raising the high of Soria through a mountain landscape and fully covered by thick and impenetrable forests which especially in spring are ploughed by small natural waterfalls.
*Esculture park Parque de las Esculturas.
* Caves of Ortigosa.
* Nautical club Rasillo.
* Trashumancia Center.
* Ethnographic Museum of San Andrés.
* Natural Park of the Mountain Chain “Cebollera”.
Cross Country Skiing and Crossing, nautical activities, Mycology, Observations to Fauna, Hiking, etc ...