Located on the banks of the River Duero, ‘La Cueva de Roa’- ‘The Cave of Roa’-, despite its name, is not home to a single cave.
Its origin dates back to the XV century when the Nobleman Beltrán de la Cueva received as payment for his services with the cities of Aranda de Duero, Molina, Atienza, Cuéllar and Roa, the title of Duke of Alburquerque, on behalf of King Enrique IV. This village was dependent on Roa, therefore, it was named La Cueva de Roa.
Situated in a vast area of meadows, it offers flat and fertile lands for cultivating and numerous private allotments.
Places of interest in Cueva of Roa
Routes to carry out in Ribera of Duero