Walk around Vinuesa

Croquis - Map - Vinuesa - Points of interest


1. Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Pino

Gothic Renaissance construction began in 1591. The plant is a Latin cross and consists of 3 naves with vaults and an octagonal head. Inside there are several Rococo altarpieces of S XVIII. Altarpiece, Domingo González de Acereda, is the seventeenth century.

2. Casa de Los ramos

On the street Luenga, the best example of architecture pinariega: The house of 1778. Ramos solemn and familiar two-story building. There is a front garden enclosed by a stone fence finished in beaks. The main facade is the best view but has two other facades.

3.Palacio de Don Pedro de Neyla

The seventeenth century by the Archbishop of Palermo, Pedro de Neyla. It belonged to the church until its acquisition by Matias Ramos Calonge who donated it to the people to put in it a school that continues today.

5.Palacio de los Marqueses de Vilueña

Also known as the Valtueña. sober seventeenth-century building. The facade at the front door opens is a large semicircular arch, is formed by four balconies on the coat of arms is located.

8. Lavadero

Reflection of the splendor that had the wool cattle transhumance in the Middle Ages, on the River Remonicio which provides clean water flow throughout the year. Served to wash the wool cattle Mesta.

9. Ermita de La Soledad

Sixteenth century Gothic style is rectangular and has a baroque altarpiece. In the square that opens in front of the chapel, he stands one of the two Mayos on the feast of August 14th.

10. Ermita de San Antón

Rectangular building with two gates in front of which a cruise dating from 1563 stands.

11. Calzada Romana y puente romano

The bridge is sunk in the waters of the swamp. It appears only occasionally, when the level of these permits. Part of the road linking the town of Visontium with the city of Uxama.

12. Emita de San Mateo

Rectangular construction. Peculiar because of its location in the middle of a pine forest centennial.

13. Fuente de El Salobral

It is located in the place called Vailengua, with access once past the Roman stone bridge through a forest track conditioned. The source of salobral is located within a newly conditioned shelter. The water from this spring account from yesteryear with suitable properties for the care and maintenance of the skin.