It is probably the best preserved medieval village in the province. All the houses in this village are charming; architecture is based on orange and rose limestone which provides a very warming sensation. Candlelight concerts are held on every first and second Saturday of July. It is a magnificent show that allows people to appreciate the entire beauty of Pedraza, entirely illuminated by the light of thousands of candles and to listen to top musicians in such important sites as the renowned Patio de Armas of the Castle, its main court.

The city council - The Foundation of Pedrazas Village
La Granja: Palace and gardens

It is one of the most fascinating places in the world. La Granja de San Ildefonso is surrounded by the Sierra de Guadarrama and the Sierra de Peñalara, two very famous granite mountain ranges, and a large pine and oak forest full of springs and streams.

You can visit the palace and enjoy its gardens, which are integrated with the surrounding forest. Both the Palace and the gardens imitate the famous Palace of Versailles.

Segovia is only 100 km far from Madrid, less than twenty minutes away from Torreiglesias. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985. You can visit famous monuments such as the Roman Aqueduct or the Cathedral and walk through the streets of the old medieval town center, discover the Jewish quarter and visit several palaces, churches and monasteries.
Hoces del Duratón and town of Sepúlveda

The Natural Park of the Sickles of Duratón River is located in the northeastern part Segovia, next to the town of Sepúlveda. This area is incredibly beautiful because the rivers erosion has scuplted a deep canyon that, at certain points, reaches over 100 meters of altitude. This area possesses a rich and beautiful natural ecosystem and contains many relevant archaeological and historical sites. -

A great historical village, it has a perfectly conserved castle and a pretty square full of archs. Turegeganos origins are uncertain; apparently, it was an ancient village created by the first populators of the Iberian peninsula, the Celtiberians, and was later used by the Romans and Arabs as a bastion. The Castle houses the Romanic church of San Miguel Arcangel. There is also another historical monument in Turégano, the church of Santiago, with the same style than the castle.
Canyons of the Old River and Pirón River

If you like nature, you must walk along the canyons of Old River and Piron River. Spring is the best season for this because streams of water cross this region and the field is full of flowers.

From a cultural and archaeological point of view, there are very interesting sight seeing placesrom cultural and archaeological points of view, you can also find interesting places, like the medieval bridge and the source of Covatilla.
Romanesque Routes

You can take a tour of history through the Romanesque churches and hermitages of the towns and villages nearby Pirón River. There are dozens of Romanesque churches across the valley and close to Turégano .We must not forget to visit, according to their importance,the churches of Sotosalbos, Pelayos del Arroyo, Caballar y Torreiglesias, and also the temples of La Higuera, Torrecaballeros and Basardilla.

There is another option, to visit the romanic land of Pedraza, plenty of little treasures of late Romanesque.

Route of the Castles

You can tour the province of Turégano visiting castles, like the ones in Pedraza, Castilnovo, Sepulveda, Cuellar, Coca , and also the Alcazar of Segovia.

Dramatized tours are organized on the castle of Cuellar, for both children and adults. Worthwhile
Enebralejos Cave in Prádena

In the way to Prádena, we can find the Enebralejos cave, with its beautiful formations of stalactites and stalagmites and a curious underground river. This cave was discovered in 1932, and it has a total length of 3700 meters, but there are only 500 meters opened to the public. Also this karstic cave includes the Archaeological Hall, where you can see and learn through workshops, how the cave was formed and how life was like for the inhabitants of the area in prehistoric times.