In the south of the Province of Burgos, 96 Km from the capital, also known as Aza and despite its small size, it has a considerable historical and cultural heritage.
It has just 30 residents recorded in the census, but it is worth knowing its walled area. The Counts of Miranda ordered it to be built in the XV century, and there one can find the Torre del Homenaje- a restored keep tower and part of the fortified area of the township.
However, in a state of ruin, Haza’s Romanesque castle from the XII and XV centuries can be found. Its reform is pending, but it can be visited upon request. The church of San Miguel is also integrated into the township’s wall and has Hispanic Flamenco slabs from the late XV century that depict the childhood of Christ and the life of San Miguel.
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Finally, it is important to note the presence of the Viña Arnáiz Winery headquarters.
Standing above the natural river valley, one enters the village through this impressive castle that dominates it. As a refuge in the 10th century, it was an important defensive frontier during the Moorish conquests.