Other Destinations in the Province of Segovia

In the 1011 year the count Sancho García arrived when it was called Montelionem, but it was not repopulated until the last quarter of the 11th century with southern Burgaleses, coming from Haza and Torregalindo.

Montuenga historically was an independent town. On January 29, 1970, that condition changed and now it is constituted as a minor local entity, becoming part of the municipality of Codorniz. They are separated by about three kilometers.

In this small town of 30 inhabitants, it is located 4 kilometers from Olombrada, 10 kilometers from Cuéllar, and 25 kilometers from Fuentidueña. It belongs to the Community of Villa y Tierra de Cuéllar.

Mozoncillo, a small town in the province of Segovia where the Pirón River irrigates its lands. Its name could come from the existence of a small mound or "hillock" located to the north of the town.

In this small town of 168 inhabitants, it is located 20 km from Iscar and 14 km from Cuellar, it belongs to the community of Villa y Tierra de Cuéllar, and depends on the municipality of Samboal.

The town was born as a result of the repopulation carried out by Alfonso VI, when the great Councils emerged along the southern line of the Duero.

Navafría is a mountain town located under the mantle of the pine forest that bears his name, with an average altitude higher than 1.200 m

Navalmanzano, with 1.135 inhabitants, belongs to the Community of Villa y Tierra de Cuellar, in the sexmo of Navalmanzano and is 12 km from Carbonero el Mayor, 25 from Cuéllar and 36 from Segovia on the A-601.

 To the north of the Countryside, in the riverbank area of ​​the Valley formed by the Pirón and the Eresma and surrounded by pine forests, Navas de Oro is a town with a resin tradition and famous for the trade of "peguero" or manufacturers of fish, a substance extracted from the residues of the pine forest and resins.

Navas de Riofrío, with 401 inhabitants, is located at the foot of the Segovian slope of the Sierra de Guadarrama, it has been part of the park since 2015. It is a mountain town located between Madrid and Segovia, about 11 km.

Navas de San Antonio is located 34 kilometers from the Segovian capital and located in a wide valley. With 328 inhabitants, it is a quiet town, well connected, which treasures an interesting monumental heritage.

This is where El Mar de Pinares begins, where there is an abundance of Albar or stone pine, but it is also an important area of ​​vineyards with the Rueda Designation of Origin.

This town of 560 inhabitants is located 13 kilometers from the town of Cuéllar and 22 kilometers from Fuentidueña. 

Ortigosa del Monte is located at the foot of the Segovian slope of the Sierra de Guadarrama.

Otero de Herreros contains in its toponymic meaning the keys that define the place, related to the ancient trade of the ironmongers.

 Palazuelos de Eresma is a municipality that is located on the northern slope of the Sierra de Guadarrama.

Medieval town of Pedraza, incomparable frame declared Monumental Complex in 1951, distinguished by the "C" Tourism Awards of Castilla y León in 1993 and Europa Nostra Prize in 1996.

In that town of about 20 inhabitants it belongs to the Community of Villa y Tierra de Cuéllar, it is located 17 kilometers from said town, and 20 kilometers from Fuentidueña.

This small town of 96 inhabitants belongs to the sexmo of Cabezas, in the Community of Villa y Tierra de Segovia; It is located about 35 km from Cuéllar and 11 from Carbonero el Mayor.

Prádena, located in the foothills of Somosierra, is the southernmost town of the Community of Villa and Tierra de Sepúlveda.

Located practically in the Moraña of Avila. Therefore, very close to the provinces of Valladolid and Ávila. Its name may have Celtic origin.

This small town of 347 inhabitants is part of the community of Villa y Tierra de Iscar, specifically it is 20 km from Cuéllar, and 10 km from Iscar. This town is also known as the town where women ruled.

Villa Serrana located on the northern slope of the Sierra de Ayllón, 1.190 m altitude.

The first historical data that we have concerning Sacramenia, belong to s. X, during the mandate in these lands of Count Asur Fernández (first Count of Monzón).

Samboal is a municipality formed by the population centers that belong to the Community of Villa and Tierra de Cuéllar: Narros, located in the region of "Carracillo" and Samboal located in "Tierra de Pinares".

This town of 209 inhabitants is located in the Tierra de Pinares region and is 67 kilometers from the capital and 7 from Cuéllar. 

San Cristóbal de la Vega is located in an extensive plain of cereal fields. Located in a border area with the provinces of Valladolid and Ávila, it was an almost obligatory stop for muleteers and other travelers.

The town belongs to the Community of Villa y Tierra de Sepúlveda, and specifically to the “ochavo de Prádena”. Today it is an independent municipality and is located on a hill from which a good part of the ochavo and the mountains can be seen.

Located north of the Segovian countryside, 52 kilometers from the capital, bordering the province of Valladolid, and close to that of Ávila. Its initial name was Sant Juste in the s. XII.

Tabanera del Monte is located 6,4 km from Segovia and 1,4 km from Palazuelos de Eresma. It is a town located between Madrid and Segovia, 6,4 km from Segovia and 95,2 km from Madrid. Its name is Horseflies.

The name has its origin in the verb "tiznar" or "stain with smudges" because of its relationship with the old carbonera of the territory since the time of the Middle Ages.

Located near the peak that gives the town its name between the N-601 and SG343 roads. It comes from the repopulation of the Reconquista in the XNUMXth-XNUMXth centuries. 

Trescasas is located 8,7 km from the center of Segovia. Its name comes from the three shearing houses that existed and refers to the original depopulated situation.

Located in the central strip of the province, at 935 m above sea level, and 34 km from the capital, the town of Turégano is nestled between the wide valley of the Pirón and Cega rivers.

Valdeprados is a small and quiet town 24 kilometers from the Segovian capital. The passage of the Moros River through its term has created the Risca, an interesting natural canyon that forms a unique environment.

In this small town of 844 inhabitants it belongs to the Community of Villa y Tierra de Cuéllar, it is located in the northwest of the province, within the region of Tierra de Pinares, crossed by the Cega river, 12 km from the town of Cuéllar and about 72 kilometers from the Segovian capital.

Valseca is located 12 km from Segovia. The first data on the origin of the town's name dates from 1247, being the names “Val Seca” and “Balseca”. The meaning is Valle Seco, it seems to be related to its geophysical formation.

Valverde del Majano was born with the repopulation of the Land of Segovia at the end of the 11th century or the beginning of the 12th century. The depopulation of small bordering villages such as Valverdejo, Mazuelos, Sagrameña etc. was composing its current municipal term.

The first data of this population go back to the Middle Ages, period in which there was a village belonging to the community of Villa and Tierra de Segovia and the sexmo of San Martín.

The municipality is divided into three population centers: Ventosilla, Tejadilla and Casas Altas, which are located in a dense forest of junipers, halfway between the mountains and the countryside.

Villacastín, with about 1.500 inhabitants, is located in the Segovia Sur region, 36 kilometers from the capital, between the provinces of Segovia, Ávila and Madrid, being one of the highest towns in Castilla y León.

In this town with a population of 620 inhabitants, it is located 27 km from the town of Cuéllar, 7 km from Iscar and 6,6 km from Pedrajas de San Esteban. This town belongs to the community of Villa y Tierra de Iscar.

Villeguilo extends over a large cereal plains located in the Eresma valley that crosses the municipal area, providing it with green areas and lagoons, of high scientific interest.

About 27 kilometers from the Segovian capital, at 1.005 meters of altitude, in the southwestern quadrant of the province is Zarzuela del Monte. In the middle of the XNUMXth century, he was referred to as Sarçuela.

This town of 400 inhabitants belongs to the sexmo of Navalmanzano, of the Community of Villa y Tierra de Segovia. It is located 23 km from Cuellar and about 5 km from Carbonero el Mayor.