The village is very close to the River Riaza, on the CL-603 road, 17 Km from Aranda de Duero and 106 Km from Burgos, it was founded with the Reconquista (“Reconquest”).
Its history has been marked by the influence of the village of Haza. The Count Gonzalo Fernández conquered Haza in the unified march organized by Téllez, from Cerezo and Nuño Núñez, from Castrojeriz, in order to establish the border of the Castilian county on the other side of the Duero. Under the coat of arms of Haza they stopped the Arabs, colonizing the land of the Riaza and the right-hand shore of the Duero. It was then that Moradillo was born.
Today, there are just over 200 inhabitants and its biggest cultural charms are found in its religious buildings. The parish church of San Pedro Apóstol built during the transition between the Romanesque and the Gothic periods with an image of la Virgen del Ejido inside.
With regards to the chapel of la Virgen del Ejido, it dates back to the XIII century.
If we focus on its civil monuments, two very well conserved fountains are relevant: the fountain del Ejido and the fountain de las Vacas.
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This accommodation is recently built and rustic. It has been built with stone and wood, in accordance with Castile and León tradition.