The first document of this village dates back to 1037, a manuscript from the epoch of Fernando I of Castile. The Templars were possibly the builders of the Gothic part of the church of Valdeande, and in it they left engravings of their three symbols: the mother goddess, the Holy Grail and the Templar Cross.
Places of interest
Resting places of El Cid
We must talk about Valdecid: the place where El Cid camped during his last night of exile. It is in Villajimeno, near a large lake. El Cid, travelling down from Burgos, went by the Quinea Road, passing through Ciella until Valencia. It was summer, with an intense Castilian heat.
The village has public swimming pools, a miniature golf course, a public front tennis court and washing places in the Vicario Fountain.
Routes to carry out
This country cottage is a new build in the Burgalese part of the Ribera del Duero region. It is hospitable and pleasant, offering heating and a great quantity of furnishings, covering all the necessities.