Streets and squares
Cebreros has typical streets and squares, corners with true rural charm, where you can enjoy its environments, its smells, its flavors, its people… In addition to the Plaza de España, where is located an entrance to Casa Rural Abuela Benita, you will have the opportunity to visit other very typical ones such as the Altozano, the Pozuelo, etc. You can see Castilian buildings in streets like La Sangre, Alfonso VI or Mesones that let us glimpse the importance of Cebreros in the sixteenth century, when it was a town on the Imperial Road from Toledo to Valladolid.
Monumental and Artistic Heritage:
The reflection of the intense human presence since the medieval centuries and the different ways of understanding man’s relationship with nature in Cebreros are present in the different elements of the rural landscape of Cebreros: Roads, fences, terraces, cattle pens, sheepfolds, huts, eras, fountains. An intense network of rural roads cross the municipality. Cañada Real Leonesa Oriental (transhumance), Camino Rural de Toledo-Valldolid and other rural roads connecting different municipalities with the Plateau, this makes Cebreros a municipality with a varied Architectural and Urban Heritage: Footprints of the Caminos Vetones, Calzada Romana, Camino Real, Medieval Roads, Cañada Leonesa and Hiking Network.
– Parish Church of Santiago Apóstol (Alonso de Cobarrubias, 16th century)
– Ruins of the Old Church (14th century) today Museum of Adolfo Suárez and La Transición.
– Medieval Bridges, Valsordo, Santa Justa, San Marcos, El Becedas, El Chaparral.
– La Picota o Rollo de Jsticia (siglo XVI).
– Hermitage of Valsordo (Employer of the municipality).
– Palace of El Quexigal (16th century).
– Ruins of the Convent of San Francisco.
– Monoliths with medieval inscriptions referring to transhumance.
– Ruins of the town of Villaba.
– Nobility coats of arms, lintels in various houses in the municipality.