Nestled in the Sierra de Ayllón is Becerril, the place that hosts the Rural Tourism Center (CTR) La Encantada, a mountain house of the nineteenth century eager to open its doors to the traveler who seeks something different.
Becerril is the perfect place to disconnect the mobile, turn off the computer and pay attention to the five senses in full nature. This town, which belongs to the municipality of Riaza, has 6 inhabitants. Its name means "place where calves are bred or kept". It is one of the so-called black villages of the Sierra de Ayllón because of the dark color of the material used in the construction of many of its houses: the slate, visible on walls and roofs. The first written mentions of Becerril date from 1587.