The village of Fuentenebro is located in the southernmost part of the province of Burgos, in the Ribera del Duero region. It has an area of 38.69 Km squared and this makes it one of the largest villages in Castile and Leon, in terms of surface area.
The village was hidden under the sea millions of years ago, in an area called the ‘peña’ (crag), made up of a type of reddish rock and caves plagued by vultures. Many fossils of sea animals were found. Nowadays, at the summit of said crag there is a viewpoint, a watchtower for the Castle of Torregalindo.
The renaissance façade of the Parish church dominates the Main Square of the Ribera del Duero village. At just 20 Km from Aranda de Duero, as its own name indicates, there we can find springs, juniper plants and wine cellars that are typical of the Ribereña area.