The town of Almazán boasts a history stretching back many centuries, holding countless memories of battles fought and the kingdoms of Aragon and Castile. It lies at the heart of a region whose lands are clad with pine forests surrounded by vast cereal fields, as well as boasting a long-standing tradition in the production of resin.
A route that features the historic monuments of the towns of Barca, Velamazán or Viana de Duero, which jealously guard a heritage that is well worth taking the time to discover.
This route includes the following sites of interest: the Chapel of Jesus, the Church of Nuestra Señora de Campanario, the Church of San Miguel, the Palace of the Counts of Altamira or the Hurtado de Mendoza, Almazán town walls, the Church of Santa María de Calatañazor, the Church of San Vicente and the Church of San Pedro, all in Almazán. Also well worth a visit is the Church of Barca, Barca Ethnology Museum and Church of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, also in Barca, the Church of Velamazán and the Church of Viana de Duero.