Monuments in 4 villas

The small church of Villaute has two naves and its respective semicircular apses, something unusual in the Romanesque art. This church is a beautiful example of rural Romanesque art because of its...

In Villaute, the Varona family tower highlights over the rest of the houses. It is made of masonry and declared Historic Monument in 1949. It still preserves the original door and windows and has...

The medieval tower of Olmos and the tower of Villaute are similar in their structure. Built in the beginnings of the fifteenth century, it belonged to the Hurtado de Mendoza family and afterwards...

The Major Square of Villadiego is the city centre, where its social and economic activity is developed. Surrounded by arcaded buildings, its double arcades are used to house the open air market....

Located in Plaza de los Mártires, the Velasco palace is a huge building built in the sixteenth century. The palace was built with good masonry; its structure is quite simple and it has, over the...

In the small village of Arenillas, three kilometers away from Villadiego, a nice church, situated on the top of a hill, maintains the apse, façade and nave from its original Romanesque...

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...

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...

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...

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...

These two small villages of Melgar have two churches that preserve part of its original Romanesque construction.

In Tagarrosa, the small church of San Andrés is...

These two small villages of Melgar have two churches that preserve part of its original Romanesque construction.

In Tagarrosa, the small church of San Andrés is...

Next to the road that goes to the village of Sotresgudo, on the outskirts of Sasamón, a beautiful lancet arch is situated in the middle of a grain field. It’s the only remain of the church and...

The municipality of Sasamón has six villages, apart from Sasamón. These villages have worthy churches and hermitages. Some of them still preserve part of their...

There are several references which certify that Sasamón was an important roman village between the first and the fourth century AD. It is mentioned in the “Itinerario de Antonino” as one of...

The municipality of Sasamón has six villages, apart from Sasamon. These villages have worthy churches and hermitages. Some of them still preserve part of their Romanesque...

The municipality of Sasamón has six villages, apart from Sasamon. These villages have worthy churches and hermitages. Some of them still preserve part of their Romanesque structure, such as the...

The municipality of Sasamón has six villages, apart from Sasamon. These villages have worthy churches and hermitages. Some of them still preserve part of their Romanesque structure, such as...

Three kilometers away from Castrojeriz, the bucolic ruins of San Antón convent are situated by the Road to Santiago. Built in the twelfth century under the protection of King Alfonso VII,...

In Calle Real, the main street of Castrojeriz through which pilgrims enter the village, the church of Santo Domingo waits for a better time. Built in the...

In the small village of Hinestrosa, two kilometers away from Castrojeriz, a modified tower of the fifteenth century is still standing. It belonged to the Marquis of Escalona, of the Gallo...

In Villasilos and Villaveta, two small villages of this municipality, there are two of the most impressive churches of this area. The church of San Andrés, in Villasilos, and La Inmaculada, in...

In Villasilos and Villaveta, two small villages of this municipality, there are two of the most impressive churches of this area. The church of San Andrés, in Villasilos, and La Inmaculada, in...

Built in the thirteenth century, this small church has two naves and a double apse. Its characteristics show a transition between the Romanesque and Gothic styles. The main entrance stands out...

The strategic importance of Peña Amaya is due to its location and morphology. That’s why, this mystic mountain has had different human settlements through the centuries. Remains of different ages...

The strategic importance of Peña Amaya is due to its location and morphology. That’s why, this mystic mountain has had different human settlements through the centuries. Remains of different ages...

The mountain of Peña Amaya is included in a nature reserve with the declaration of Place of Community Importance and Area of Special Protection for Birds. This is due to its special situation and...

Three villages are situated near Peña Amaya: Amaya, Puentes de Amaya and Peones de Amaya. The first one is an agricultural village. The most important tourist attractions in the place are the...

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C/ Alta, 36
Sasamón - 947 37 02 75
Camino del Calvario s/n
San Llorente de la Vega (Melgar de Fernamental) - 947 37 22 59
Paseo Puerta del Monte, s/n
Castrojeriz - 947 37 86 47
C/ Real de Oriente, 41
Castrojeriz - 947 37 76 10
C/ General Mola, 15
Melgar de Fernamental - 947 37 20 13
Ctra. Hontanás-Castrojeriz, s/n
San Antón (Castrojeriz) - 607 922 127