Superbly located by highway 40 minutes from Salamanca and 10 from the monumental Ciudad Rodrigo, "Carreros de Fuenterroble" is a pasture in Salamanca dedicated for more than a century and a half to the breeding of wild cattle and horses. In it they will be able to visit their cattle ranch of origin Maribel Ybarra, know their stud, enjoy a tentadero or sit by the fireplace of the old "charra kitchen" during the visit of its centenary livestock house-museum dating from 1880.
The house houses a true museum of the livestock history of Salamanca of the last 150 years, with numerous and ancient bull heads, photographs, paintings and sculptures. Juan M. Sánchez de Carreros was the founder. He became a brave rancher in 1874, being the first Spanish rancher to fight in Mexico in 1903 and founder of the Lidia Union of Bull Breeders in 1905. His great personality marked a time and style in the breeding of the brave bull from Salamanca.
Visits from 3 people. Celebrations of seminars, conferences, presentations, weddings, communions, stag and hen parties. Possibility of enjoying dinners, snacks, lunches and tastings of local products. Catering service. They have a groping place. Open all year.