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El Cantosal (Coca)

El Cantosal (Coca)

Information: Located inside a pine forest with views of the Coca Castle.

Access Mode: On the road that goes from Coca to Santiuste de San Juan Bautista, past the Voltoya River, on the right hand side at the intersection of Colares de Coca.

Distance to the nearest town: 1 km

Number of tables: 49

Number of sources: 7

Services: Bar (inside El Cantosal Camping), 3 stone sinks and children's games. It has information panels and there are hiking itineraries.

Points of interest:

  • Membibre de la Hoz: Church of San Martín de Tours, apse of Romanesque period. Ruins of a medieval castle.
  • Remondo: entry into the province of Cañada Real Leonesa Oriental.
  • Bernardos: church of San Pedro Apóstol, of Romanesque origin, rebuilt in the s. XVI, Romanesque sculpture. Hermitage of Santa Inés, Mudejar. Cerro del Castillo archaeological site. Petroglyphs. Medieval wall. In May, each 10 years, in years ending in zero, would go to the Hermitage of the Virgen del Castillo.
  • Íscar: one of the four historical communities of Villa and Tierra. Castillo de Íscar, from the beginning of the 14th century, tower of the Homage. Houses emblazoned Church of Santa María and San Pedro, Romanesque Mudejar apse, plateresque altarpiece. Church of San Miguel, Romanesque capital.
  • Narros de Cuéllar: hermitage of San Marcos, mudejar brick doorway.
  • Olmedo: Medieval walled enclosure, San Miguel and Villa gate. Plaza Mayor supported. House of the Villa, s. XVII. Palace of the Olmedilla. Clock House. Old jail, s. XVIII. Church of San Miguel, Romanesque-Mudejar s. XIII. Church of San Andrés also of Romanesque-Mudejar style. Church of San Juan, of Gothic-Mudejar style. Church of Santa María del Castillo, Gothic-Mudejar s. XVI. Romantic remains of the Jerónimo de La Mejorada monastery. Mudéjar Theme Park of Castilla y León.
  • Aldehuela de Sepúlveda: Church of San Esteban, Romanesque, bulrush of s. XVIII. Gothic cross s. XV
  • Aldeanueva del Monte: hermitage of San Juan, of Romanesque origin.
  • Beacon of Adaja: Villa Romana de Almenara, remains of mosaics, dated after s. III. Church of the Assumption, Romanesque-Mudejar.
  • Villaverde de Íscar: church of San Sebastián with semicircular Mudejar apse.
  • Samboal: church of San Baudelio de Samboal, which belonged to a Benedictine monastery of the s. XII.
  • Bocigas: Renaissance parish church, s. XVI. Baroque hermitage of San Pelayo.
  • Source El Olmo de Fuentidueña: Church of San Pedro Apóstol, reformed in the s. XVI, with Romanesque parts. Ermita de San Miguel, from the Romanesque period. Villeguillo: Roman sites in places of "El Judío" and "La Vasquiña". Laguna del "Caballo de Alba".
  • Santiuste de Pedraza: remains of the old Romanesque church of Saints Justo and Pastor.
  • Villacorta: Hermitage of San Roque. Roman bridge. On the route of the so-called red villages.
  • Coke: Castle-Palace of Mudejar style. Torre de San Nicolás, declared a National Historic-Artistic Monument. Roman road, medieval walls, pre-Roman boars. Church of Santa María la Mayor de Coca, s. XVI, late Gothic style. Fonseca cultural center: archaeological museum. Ntra. Sra. De la Merced Hospital. Hermitage of Santa Rosalía. Intensive fishing preserve on the Eresma river.