Romanesque San Nicolas

Route of the lamb: well known in Segovia with roast lamb. This route of the Lamb, allows travel part of the province from Segovia to Pedraza, enjoying this typical delicacy of the area through its taverns, grills and restaurants; and know this rural and mountainous area.We can make the first stop in Torrecaballeros, where we can contemplate its Romanesque San Nicolas de Bari Church, although the popularity of this town is due more to their grills rather than the attractiveness of its monuments and streets. Continuing along the road of Soria find Sotosalbos, which boasts a beautiful Romanesque church, San Miguel, 11th century. Near Collado hermoso, this temple we can visit the ruins of the old Cistercian Monastery of Santa Maria de la Sierra, in the 13th century. We also have Inns good food in both villages. Few kilometres later, catching detour towards Pedraza and next to the road, lies the Hermitage of Ntra. Ms.

las Vegas (Santiuste de Pedraza), Romanesque church built on what were the remains of a Roman villa that remains of paintings have been found. And continuing our path we reach the impressive Pedraza. Stands in the castle town, precious emblazoned houses of the village, the arcaded plaza mayor, the Palace of the Inquisition or so-called door of the jail, are evidence of the greatness of which Pedraza enjoyed until well into the 17TH century. Capital of suckling lamb in Segovia. To stay nothing better than El Pajar de Pedraza, in Santiuste de Pedraza. Before leaving for other routes and return to eat good lamb in other villages like Sacramenia and Sepulveda.