El Sumidero (Navas de Oro)

El Sumidero (Navas de Oro)

Information: Located in a pine pine forest with wide campa around, fenced with wood.

Access Mode: By the road that joins Navas de Oro with Coca, to 1,3 km. On the right hand side, there is a track that after 0,2 km. leads to the area.

Distance to the nearest town: 2 km

Number of tables: 11

Number of sources: 2

Services: Sports facilities (with wooden goals and basketball baskets on the meadow) and children's games. It has a fenced area for riding.

Laguna "Rincón de la Vega" very close, and "La Magdalena" and "Perorrubio" next.

Points of interest:

  • Fuentemizarra: church of Ntra. Sra. del Ejido, Romanesque portico with beautiful capitals.
  • Remondo: entry into the province of Cañada Real Leonesa Oriental.
  • Fuentepelayo: church of Santa María la Mayor, gothic, from the s. XV, remains of the Romanesque primitive. Famous Angel Fair.
  • Pinarejos: church of Our Lady of the Assumption, of several constructive stages, with bell tower of Romanesque period. Lagoons of "El bodón" and "Adoberas".
  • Aldehuela de Sepúlveda: Church of San Esteban, Romanesque, bulrush of s. XVIII. Gothic cross s. XV
  • Armuña: remains of several pre-Roman cultures, Cueva del Moro of the Bronze Age and Cerro del Tormejón of the Celtiberian culture. Romanesque remains of the chapel of the Virgin of Tormejón.
  • Villaverde de Íscar: church of San Sebastián with semicircular Mudejar apse.
  • Great tit: Gothic church, s. XV and XVII. Shrine of Ntra. Sra. Del Bustar, pilgrimage.
  • Villeguillo: Roman sites in places of "El Judío" and "La Vasquiña". Laguna del "Caballo de Alba".
  • Santa María la Real de Nieva: Convent of Santa María la Real de Nieva, large church mixes Romanesque and Gothic style with Mudejar elements.
  • Aldeanueva del Monte: hermitage of San Juan, of Romanesque origin.
  • Navalmanzano: Church of Los Santos Justo y Pastor, remains of Mudejar style. Hermitage of the Blessed Christ of Santa Juliana, with Romanesque remains. Fountain el Olmo de Íscar: Ecclesiastical museum. Archaeological Roman cemetery.
  • Santiuste de San Juan Bautista: Church of San Juan Bautista, with parts of the Romanesque period. Theme park of recognition of flora of Castilla y León with open-air amphitheater.
  • Villagonzalo de Coca: lagoon of "La Iglesia" and "Las Eras". Church of San Juan Bautista, Romanesque sculpture of the Virgin of Neguillán.
  • 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.
  • Narros de Cuéllar: hermitage of San Marcos, mudejar brick doorway.
  • 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.
  • Samboal: church of San Baudelio de Samboal, which belonged to a Benedictine monastery of the s. XII.