Bocos de Duero provides a lot of tourism. Its wine is Designation of Origin Ribera del Duero, forming part of the Association for the Rural Development of the Cuco Valley, of the Campo de Peñafiel Community, of the Ribera del Duero Tourist Initiatives Centre of Valladolid and the Duero Association- Esgueva.
In the Bronze Age, circa 1700 and 1100 AC, a village called Gurugú, occupied the most western area of Espigón. Evidence remains in the Provincial Archeological Museum of Valladolid.
Places of Interest in Bocos de Duero
Nature in Valladolid