Maderuelo – a historical complex

Maderuelo is a town and a municipality in the province of Segovia, Castile and León, Spain. Its urban area has been declared an asset of cultural interest, in the category of a historical complex.

Since 2013 the city has been a part of the network The most beautiful villages of Spain.

Main attractions

  • Villa de Maderuelo, Asset of Cultural Interest with category of Historical Complex (B.O.E. Declaration: 02/21/1993).
  • The main entrance gate to the town: part of the remains of the wall that have been preserved since medieval times.

  • The church of San Miguel: in the heart of the town, it has a simple apse with a loophole window, without decoration and simple corbels, of Romanesque origin.

  • The church of Santa María: a mixed construction of ashlar, masonry and brick, it has remains of its Romanesque origin, such as its south portal, with sawtooth moldings. On the north portal there is a walled-in entrance and some arches of Mudejar style brick.

  • The ruins of the castle, Asset of Cultural Interest with Castle category (Date B.O.E. Declaration: 05/05/1949).
  • The walls.

How to get to?

From Segovia 1 hr 16 min (101 km) via N-110

From Valladolid 1 hr 46 min (124 km) via A-11

From Madrid 1 hr 46 min (149 km) via A-1

Main information

Area: 94 sq. km (municipality)

Coordinates: 41°29′14″N 3°31′15″W

Population: 137

Languages: Spanish

Currency: Euro

Visa: Schengen

Time: Central European UTC +1


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