Nestled in the valley of the River Riaza, it is worth visiting the church of San Bartolomé for its main altar with its decoration about the patron saint. It has some beautiful side altarpieces from the architecture of the last Renaissance period.
Its fountain with a splendid well is a must see for visitors. It is found next to the only chapel of the village, Románica del sur del Duero, which is dedicated to Saint John and appreciated for its simplicity. At night, a lantern illuminates the loneliness of the saint.
The strength of the fresh water between the stones in the fountain is surprising. It was reformed after being hidden for a long time in a cave. They searched for a better location for the motor that extracts the water and consequently It resurged in its entire splendor as a well.
In the old Villa y Tierra de Aza Community Fuentemolino was a jurisdictional manor whose Mayor Pedáneo was appointed by the Earl of Miranda. At the fall of the old regime, it remained constituted as a Constitutional Municipal Council of the same name in the judicial district of Roa, in the region of Old Castile. In 1842 it had 13 homes and 52 residents.
This country cottage is available to be rented entirely for up to 10 people in Fuentemolinos. The cottage is traditionally Castilian and it began accommodating wine tourists in 2010 after a painstaking restoration to give contemporary comforts.