There is no lack of water in Berlangas de Roa, quite the opposite. Due to the great abundance of water in the town, it enjoys a great number of natural springs and founts.
The most important piece culture of this town is without any doubt the church of San Andrés at the front: its original tower/bell tower and the solid buttresses that adorn its exterior façade. This XVII century construction has a magnificent XVI century altarpiece inside on which the patron saint of the town San Andrés el Apóstol is highlighted. A beautiful XV century 15 piece triangular candle holder, an exquisite Romanesque baptismal font and an image of Saint Anthony, both from the XII century, complete this marvel.
In the surrounding areas of the village of Berlangas, one can find the Romanesque style chapel La Virgen de Los Huertos; it is a construction from the XII century presided over by its magnificent Romanesque arch at the entrance of the chapel and the priceless Romanesque image of the Virgen de los Huertos, patron saint of the village.
The Town Hall, made of stone and brick, is surrounded by a beautiful fountain, typical mud brick houses and a sculpture of a thermometre, winner of various modern art contests.
Gastronomy in the Ribera of Duero
We should highlight the confectionary of Berlangas de Roa. Their Bolillas (little ball) and Sardinillas (little sardine) pasteries are made in Santa Águeda.
Routes to carry out in Berlangas de Roa