Art and Culture in Melgar de Fernamental

Magnificent work of engineering of the eighteenth century, the Castilla Channel was promoted by King Fernando VI and the Marchis of la Ensenada. The canal was built to transport goods, most of...

On the route between Melgar and the hermitage of Zorita you will find this small religious building, in an attractive natural setting. The hermitage, rebuilt in 1984,...

The former church of Santa Ana, one of the symbols of Melgar de Fernamental, stands tall in the centre of the Plaza de España, close to the Town Hall building. This...

In this small village of Tagarrosa, an ancient tower is preserved, but it has been modified through the centuries. Although it has a house built next to it, the thickness of its walls can still be...

The church of La Asunción was built between the fourteenth and sixteenth century and it was declared as Historic Monument in 1992. It has elements from the gothic art, but also from the...

Melgar is closely linked with water. The rivers Pisuerga, Valdavia and the canals of Pisuerga, Cuérnago and Castile surround the village. In addition, there are several fountains.

The...

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C/ Plaza España, 9
Melgar de Fernamental - 947 37 20 11
C/ General Mola, 8
Melgar de Fernamental - 947 37 20 02
C/ General Mola, 15
Melgar de Fernamental - 947 37 20 13
Embarcadero del Canal de Castilla
Melgar de Fernamental - 628 629 997
Camino del Calvario s/n
San Llorente de la Vega (Melgar de Fernamental) - 947 37 22 59