In the XIX century it was categorized as one of the ‘independent villages’ of the judicial district of Aranda de Duero and in 1981 is ceased to exist as a township. However, a beautiful historical and artistic heritage remains.
Its most representative monument is the sanctum of San Pedro Regalado, which dates back to the year 1405 and it belonged to the Franciscans until 2009. This sanctum contains the tomb of the saint that bears its name and nowadays, it is home to a community of nuns of the Order of St. Clare.
The 13th of May is the celebration of San Pedro Regalado and a Pilgrimage capable of bringing together different visitors from all over the Ribera del Duero region is celebrated. Then, or in whichever moment of the year, tourists of ‘La Aguilera’ can enjoy our fantastic Designation of Origin Ribera del Duero wine via the Cooperativa Winery, a hallmark of the area.
Routes to carry out