On the village’s boundary, the banks of the River Duero and tributaries are Sites of Community Importance. It is within the Natura 2000 Network, occupying 32 acres. We sense that there was a community living in these fields during the middle Ages, but we don’t know precisely.
In Miño de San Esteban, Soria, we should visit the XII century church of San Martin, which is of Romanesque and Gothic style in its apse. It has one sole room made of ashlar stone with a fantastic South Moorish style façade. Its capitals are dominated by images of vegetation. Except in the 7th, where we can see animals. Inside Late Gothic paintings can be seen.
Traditional private wine cellars and wine-presses are plentiful in the wine-making village.