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Covarrubias Travel guide
Covarrubias : Michelin's recommendations
Situated on the banks of the Arlanza, Covarrubias has retained a part of its ramparts defended by the Doña Urraca tower. A Renaissance palace provides access to its picturesque district of restored half-timbered houses. Covarrubias is the resting place of one of the great personalities of Castilian history, Ferdinand González, who in the 10C created the vast county of Castile and declared its independence, resulting in the leading role played by the province in the struggle against the Muslims.
Tourist attractions Covarrubias : Things to see and do
C110 E - 09346 Covarrubias
The collegiate contains more than 20 medieval tombs, including that of Ferdinand González. The church organs are famous for their quality. In the treasury museum, there is a 15C triptych from the Flemish school.
Avenida Víctor Barbadillo, 31 E - 09346 Covarrubias
This charming rural hotel is surrounded by trees and gardens, just 300 metres from the village centre of Covarrubias. It offers free parking, free Wi-Fi and a covered porch with countryside views. All rooms at the Doña Sancha have a balcony with vie..
Plaza Doña Urraca, 11 E - 09346 Covarrubias
Set on the main square in the heart of the charming village of Covarrubias, this hotel is surrounded by the stunning landscape of Castile. Enjoy the breathtaking natural surroundings from the hotel’s sun terrace. You can then explore the historic vi..
Monseñor Vargas 10 E - 09346 Covarrubias
A rustic-style restaurant occupying an old inn with the original kitchen at the entrance and a main dining room in what was once the stables. The De Galo's specialities are its vegetables, grilled meats and roast lamb.