Aguilar de Campoo

Aguilar de Campoo

Aguilar de Campoo, the Villa Galletera First, its most striking feature is its habitual smell of biscuits (galletas in Spanish). Its agro-food industry in general is now a very important point in its economy. With 7200 inhabitants, Aguilar de Campoo is one of the largest towns in the region of Palencia, at 97 kilometers from […]

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Amayuelas de Abajo

Amayuelas de Abajo

Amayuelas de Abajo This small village is located at approximately 26 kilometers from Palencia. Amayuelas de Abajo has 20 inhabitants with houses built with clay and organic gardens. They especially grow local crops, and maintain traditional crafts and a traditional culture where ecology is mixed with responsible consumption. Seeking above all self-sufficiency, the last Friday […]

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Ampudia

Route of the Castles

Ampudia and its Collegiate Church, La Giralda de Campos. Ampudia It is a town in south of Palencia with various touristic resources in its urban area. In addition, its flower market and its Medieval Castle are attractions that gather large numbers of visitors. Finally, the Collegiate Church and the Museum of Medicine complete a varied […]

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Amusco

A village near Palencia, 20 kilometers away. With 425 inhabitants, Amusco breathes tranquility, its main activities being agricultur and tourism. It is known for its famous Synagogue, today converted into a Hotel and Restaurant. Its square is especially significant. Visit Near PROVINCE OF PALENCIA CERRATO PALENTINO The Cerrato Palentino is a wavy territory, crowned by […]

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Arenillas de San Pelayo

arenillas de san pelayo

North of Palencia, Arenillas de San Pelayo. Arenillas de San Pelayo is a village 80 kilometers north of Palencia Capital, in the Valle del Valdavia. It belongs to the municipality of Buenavista de la Valdavia and has a population of approximately 60 inhabitants. Fundamentally, its Church of San Pelayo stands out. It is a Romanesque […]

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Astudillo

Astudillo

A lot to see With 1000 inhabitants, it is located 29 kilometers away from the capital of Palencia. Its arcades, its cellars and its walls make it famous. In addition, Santa Clara Monastery and Pedro I Museum are important places to visit. Its main activity is agriculture although it has several wind farms. The village […]

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Baltanás

Baltanás

Baltanás Baltanás counts with approximately 1225 inhabitants and is located at 28 kilometers from Palencia. It is also 62 kilometers away from Aranda de Duero, the other nearest large town. Baltanás is considered the capital of the Cerrato, formerly Head of Merindad del Cerrato by order of the Catholic Monarchs. Its current economic activity is […]

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Baños de Cerrato

Baños de Cerrato

A visigothic jewel At seven kilometers from Palencia and three from Venta de Baños, this small village houses the oldest church in Spain. San Juan de Baños, of more than 1375 years of history, one of the essential places to visit and admire. One of the most important Visigoth temples in the country. EAT    […]

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Barrio de San Pedro

Barrio de San Pedro

Barrio de San Pedro Very close to Aguilar de Campoo. Barrio de San Pedro is a village belonging to Aguilar de Campoo and situated in the Palentina Moutains. It counts with 12 inhabitants and is also located near the Aguilar Reservoir. It is 10 kilometers away from the Villa Galletera (Aguillar de Campoo). Therefore, Barrio […]

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Barruelo de Santullán

Barruelo de Santullán

A great mining past Barruelo de Santullán. With 1200 inhabitants, this town was the most populated one in the Palencia Region only a few decades ago. The disappearance of mining, the main activity of the region, caused the population to diminish considerably in just twenty years. At present, its population is mostly of mining pensioners. […]

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