This town of 276 inhabitants, belongs to the Community of Villa y Tierra de Cuellar, is located 17 km from Cuéllar.
What to see:
Church of San Andrés
Its baroque brick belfry, the rectangular chevet, the choir or the coffered ceiling of the s. XVI, among many other works. Access during worship hours.
Hermitage of San Benito de Gallegos, of the s. XX. It is located next to some lagoons (3) and a recreational area. 4 km from the town.
Palomar Located on Senderillos street, with a circular floor plan, which converges with Molineros street. Coordinates 41.290303, -4.344359
We find the rest area located next to the hermitage of San Benito, with a barbecue, swings and tables.
We also find parks with tables on Samboal Street, and Cuellar Street, accessed through Fuente Street, next to the church.
Also in that place we find the lagoons, which have the name of said hermitage, San Benito de los Gallegos, 4 km from the town.
You can walk to the next town, Gomezseracin, which is about 2 km away, along the Senderillo path, a linear route, without signposting.
You can also walk to the hermitage of San Benito, which is 4 km away, it is a linear route, without signposting. Go straight on Generalissimo Franco street, and after 4 km turn left, where there will be a large esplanade with lagoons.
Also from the deputation they have elaborated some routes, for children among them we find a route from Chatún, it is a circular route of about 7,8 km. https://www.dipsegovia.es/documents/963029/10963550/CHAT%c3%9aN+.pdf
It has Qr code.
And from the SG-V-3332 an asphalt road has been enabled that leaves from the town and reaches the fronton, it is approximately 1,5 km
San Andres: November 30
Saint Elizabeth: first weekend of July
They also celebrate a pilgrimage in honor of San Benito de los Gallegos, on the last Sunday in September, along with other towns, such as Arroyo de Cuellar, Campo de Cuellar, Chañe, Chatún, Gomezserracin, Narros de Cuéllar, Pinarejos, San Martin and San Mudría , the saint is carried in procession to the hermitage. Also among the traditions is the celebration of Santa Águeda in February.
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