Located on the west hillside that separates the fertile plain of the River Riaza and the moorland of Corcos, with an area of only 10 Km squared, it is full of the charm that the framing within the valley gives it.
At just 18 Km from Aranda de Duero and 16 Km from Roa, Adrada de Haza possesses items of great historical value like the church of Santa Columba, which, has inside an altarpiece from the XVI century, made by the Juan de Juani School. The humilladero (a stone cross at the entrance of village where people prayed for forgiveness) of the XVI century, the Trinquete, a Celtiberian settlement and the Romanesque chapel of Cristo de los Remedios, form a complete cultural offering with the Pictorial Museum of Jacinto de la Fuente and the Ecological Winery, which provides the essence of the Ribera del Duero.
The “Fuente de la Salud” (“Fountain of health”) or “del Hambre” (“of Hunger”), likewise, is a big attraction for the visitors and also for the locals, since it is a spring that is said to have healing properties. It is located on the opposite side of the valley, 1 Km from the town.
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