Other Destinations in the Province of Segovia

This municipality is located about 17 km from the capital. It has interesting places such as the Moros River, the Cañuelo or the Perecojo Mill or the springs of El Caño de las Viñas or La Source of the Chicken.

This town of 196 inhabitants, belongs to the Community of Villa y Tierra de Cuéllar, is located about 20 km from Cuéllar and 17 kilometers from Fuentidueña.

Aguilafuente is a Segovian town located in the center of the province, in the beautiful region of Tierra de Pinares. It is an emerging tourist destination with rich history and culture surrounded by hectares of pine forest. 

Located 35 km from the capital between Mozoncillo and Aguilafuente. It was called Aldea del Rey until the XNUMXth century. Its name is due to the fact that it was a Royal settlement in the Reconquest or a Royal foundation.

This municipality is located on a hill above the San Juan river valley, at an altitude of 900 meters, and its municipality is mostly dedicated to cereal and sunflower fields. 

Located in the pine forest area of ​​La Campiña, with vine and cereal fields. The urban area is located at the junction of the CL605 and SG V3433 highways. The Verdejo grape vineyard production stands out, protected by the DO Rueda.

In this small town of some inhabitants, it belongs to the community of Villa y Tierra de Fuentidueña, it is located 30 km from the town of Cuéllar and 9 km from Fuentidueña.

Nestled in a plain of the Countryside between Arévalo and Santa María La Real. Pine groves, cereal and vineyards that are part of the DO Rueda. Next to the banks of the Voltoya.

Alquité stands out for its picturesque popular farmhouse, since most of its buildings were built with clay and quartzite edges, as well as with slate, which gave it a very characteristic yellowish color.

Located 20 km from the capital and on the banks of the Moros river. The origin of its name may be Basque-Varro because these people were the ones who repopulated this area after the reconquest, being “anaia” a brother in Basque.

This town, which has the shortest name of all the provincial geography, attributes the origin of its denomination to a medieval settler, and that was originally called Fannius, which derived in Fañe.

The Celts settled in these places with their transhumant cabins, hence the difficulty in finding forts.

Located 27 km from Segovia, in the Segovian Countryside. Nestled in the Eresma valley and Río Moros, an aspect that has defined its history, economy and activities.

Ayllón is a medieval town Historical-Artistic Set of national character from 1973. Of great architectural and cultural wealth, is located northeast of the province of Segovia. 

It is another of the districts of Riaza, and is located on the northern slope of the Sierra de Ayllón, being one of the black towns belonging to the route of the colored towns.

Vestiges of settlers in the area, already in Palaeolithic times, left testimonies of their hunting and grazing activities in the slate and quartzite shelters that dot the surroundings.

Bernuy de Porreros is located 8,6 kms. of Segovia. The name of the town is of Basque origin and its toponymic composition is that of Bernubi, the meaning of Bern being that of bramble and that of ubi, water or fords.

Cabañas de Polendos is located 21,4 km from Segovia and is located in the region that is linked by the Pirón and Polendos rivers. The town combines the genuine essence of the Castilian towns with a natural setting of great beauty.

This little town of about 22 people belongs to the Community of Villa y Tierra de Fuentidueña, it is located 19 km from Fuentidueña, and 27 km from Cuéllar. In 4 it is already mentioned as Calabaças.

In the year 1641 Cantalejo became Villa de Señorío with Don Fernando de Ojeda y Treviño. King Alfonso XIII gave the title of city in the year 1926.

Cantimpalos is located 21,4 km from Segovia. Cantimpalos belongs to the Valles del Pirón y Polendos and El Llano sub-region. Its origin arises from the repopulation of this area during the XNUMXth century.

Added to Armuña since 1972 and later constituted a locality of minor entity. Village dedicated to agriculture and livestock basically and with a characteristic landscape of ravines.

Carbonero el Mayor, a town of 2.640 inhabitants, is mainly dedicated to the pork industry and has an important artistic and cultural heritage to its credit.

Small town of less than 200 inhabitants is located in the northeast of the province of Segovia, andn a hollow on the banks of the Duratón River. This municipality stands out for its natural and cultural heritage. 

Casla is located on the slopes of the Sierra de Guadarrama, at the foot of Somosierra. The Cañada Real Soriana Occidental runs through its municipal area, a legacy of its transhumant past.

It is located next to the banks of the San Juan River, and in its surroundings the limestone cliffs stand out, where numerous griffon vultures nest, and the juniper mountains.

Castroserna de Arriba is a district of Prádena, and is located next to the Ribera del Río San Juan, 5 km north of Prádena. It has an interesting and very attractive environment for hiking.

The origin of the municipality of Cerezo de Abajo is found in the mid-thirteenth century, under the name of Cereso de Yuso.

It is located on a hill in the foothills of the Sierra de Ayllón, and in its municipal area is the Pico del Lobo, which with its 2.274 meters is the highest point of this mountain range.

In this small town of 700 inhabitants, it is located 12 km from Íscar, and 14 from Cuéllar, it belongs to the community of Villa y Tierra de Cuellar.

This town of 276 inhabitants, belongs to the Community of Villa y Tierra de Cuellar, is located 17 km from Cuéllar.

In this small town of 30 inhabitants, it is located 18 km from Sacramenia, 12 km from Fuentidueña, it belongs to the Community of Villa y Tierra de Fuentidueña.

Town located west of the La Campiña region on the CL-605, close to the province of Avila. The natives are called "hooves".

It is located 20 km from Segovia. It limits to the north with Pelayos del Arroyo, to the south with Pinilla del Valle (Madrid), to the east with Torre Val de San Pedro and La Salceda and to the west with Sotosalbos. Its name is collalbos.

La Nava, together with Villafranca del Condado, Valdesaz and Torrecilla form the County of Castilnovo. The castle of Castilnovo is one of the emblems and attractions of the entire region.

In this small town of 129 inhabitants, it belongs to the community of Villa Tierra de Fuentidueña, it is located 18 km from the town of Fuentidueña and 23 km from the town of Cuéllar.

Its name and location originate from the period of the Castilian Repopulation between the 15.000th and XNUMXth centuries, although in the area remains of human presence from XNUMX years ago BC have been found. 

Located next to the N-VI near the province of Ávila, in the plain of the banks of the Voltoya and crossed by the course of the Adaja. It belonged to the Community of Villa y Tierra de Arévalo.

Duruelo is a town in the Duratón Valley of 178 inhabitants, located on a high plain above it. The origin of the town dates back to the XNUMXth century, when it was repopulated by inhabitants of Duruelo de la Sierra, in the province of Soria.

The municipality of El Espinar is configured along an extensive valley located on the northern slope of the Sierra de Guadarrama, in the transition between the Central System and the Castilian Plateau.

El Muyo is possibly the best example of the so-called “black towns” of the Sierra de Ayllón, and is included in the so-called color route, or route of the red, yellow and black towns.

It is the last of the towns that we reach by road from Riaza, and it is located about 3 kilometers from the municipality of Santibáñez, already belonging to the Ayllón municipality.

In this small town of approximately 30 inhabitants, it belongs to the community of Villa y Tierra de Fuentidueña, it is located 6 km from Sacramenia, and 7 km from Fuentidueña. It belongs to Laguna de Contreras.

Located 12 km from the capital. This municipality is bathed by the San Medel stream and in its landscape we find cereal crops and vegetation next to the stream. 

Escobar de Polendos is located 20,4 km from Segovia. It limits to the north with Escalona del Prado, to the south with Cabañas de Polendos, to the east with Torreiglesias and to the west with Escarabajosa de Cabezas and Cantimpalos.

From 1086 it was known as "Spiritu" and in 1247 it was renamed "Spiritu de Ruviales" because of its proximity to the village. It was already in the sixteenth century when it acquired the name of Espirdo.

Estebanvela is one of the largest districts in Ayllón, and is located on the banks of the Aguisejo river. In its hamlet, the buildings in reddish tones, its clayey soils, the orchard areas on the banks of the river stand out.

Francos is a small district of Ayllón, and is located next to the SG-145 highway that connects Segovia with Guadalajara. Next to the town runs the Aguisejo river, with an area of ​​orchards and nearby riverside.

In this small town of 273 inhabitants, it belongs to one of the sexmos of the community of Villa and Tierra de Cuéllar, and is located 17 km from Cuéllar.

The historical vestiges of this town are wide, which suggests that in other times it had some relevance.