|Whole week:||480 €|
There are three close populations of Soria which are Historic-Artistic Complex. In San Esteban de Gormaz, two Romanesque arcade galleries is the most artistic famous of the Middle Ages of San Esteban. In Burgo de Osma its cathedral, essentially Gothic, is the main monument; although there are also landscapes like its park of Carmen and the path between Osma and the bridge of La Güera, as well as its gastronomy (like in San Esteban de Gormaz). In Rejas de San Esteban its two arcade Romanesque temples are appeals. In Langa de Duero the worthiest are its medieval bridge, the Gothic parish and the big tower. On the other hand, to the Northeast is the Natural Park of the river Lobos. And to the Northwest the Romanesque of site of Clunia in Coruña del Conde highlights. Likewise, to the East, is worthy to get close to the region from Burgos, Peñaranda de Duero which is also Historic-Artistic Complex.
Villálvaro is located close to San Esteban de Gormaz, with wineries and cereals in its field. Some traditional cellars are still there. In the high of the hill which looks after the village is the hermitage of San Pedro, initially Romanesque. The parish has a fenced yard in stone wall. The patronal festivals are on the 29th of June with bowers, bonfires and popular snack. Shared pilgrimage with Zayas of Báscones to the hermitahe of the Virgin of “las Lagunas”. The typical stew is made of “machorra”.
Villálvaro celebrate the festivities in honor of San Pedro Apostle the last weekend of June with a duration of the day before and three more days.
Church bells and fall of the saint from the hermitage to the church. Parade and later “chuletada” (meeting where the people eat chops (chuletas)) in the wine cellars organized by the groups tasting the good wine of the land. Masses, processions, playground, entertainment and humor.