In this little town of 713 inhabitants. It is located 15 km from Cuellar. In this place the amount of Visigoth deposits stands out. 

 Until the s. XIX this place was written separately and a Navarrese origin is attributed to it. After the Visigoth settlements with the period of Christian repopulation the different towns were divided into communities of Villa and Tierra. Already in the s. XIX, there were at one time factories to spin hemp and crops.

What to see

Church of Santa Maria Magdalena

Mudejar church in which its coffered ceiling stands out, showing us its great wealth, decorated with stars; further on we find some naves covered with vaults, outside its belfry stands out. Access to the interior is during worship hours.

Hermitage of Cristo del Humilladero

Located in the cemetery. She is accompanied by a Stations of the Cross, from the street of Doctor Redonet.

They also have a cultural center, Las Fuentecillas, which organizes activities, congresses and also houses exhibitions.

La Zamorana recreational area

Regarding the recreational areas we find La Zamorana, located next to said restaurant, in this place we find an area with tables, barbecue ... It is located 2,2 km down Santa Olalla street you can walk, through an asphalt road.

On Eras street, we find a park with swings. Also on the SG-333 along Avenida de la Zamorana, we find another park with benches and swings.


You can walk to the next town Chatún, about 2 km; the route is not signposted.

Also in the town there is a summer lagoon, the lagoon of the Lord that is 41 ° 17′34 ″ N, 4 ° 15′57 ″

Also the Tres Casas lagoon, which is located 2 km down the street of pinarejos that starts from the town, you can walk to them.

Holidays and traditions

 San Antonio, June 13

Mary Magdalene on June 22

Among the traditions it stands out to ask for the dog at Easter for the fifths, or also at Christmas, they plant the pine in the square.


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