Peñafiel Travel guide
Peñafiel : Michelin's recommendations
Peñafiel was once part of the defensive Duero line, built by the Castilians during the Reconquest.
Tourist attractions Peñafiel : Things to see and do
Calle del Palacio E - 47300 Peñafiel
The church dates back to 124. Note the Mudéjar chevet and Renaissance valt in the Chapel of the Infant (1536).
place del Coso E - 47300 Peñafiel
Accessed via a vaulted passage from Calle Juan Manuel and Calle Derecha al Coso, this plaza is one of the oldest bullfighting squares in Spain. Medieval in origin, it is rectangular in shape and fronted by 48 small houses with two or three floors, lo..
VP 2006 E - 47300 Peñafiel
Dominates the village with its remarkable 14C shape and a strategic position at the crossing of three valleys. In the middle of the second set of walls stands a quadrangular keep.
Plaza Comuneros, 1 E - 47300 Peñafiel
Hotel Spa Convento Las Claras is a converted convent located next to the river in Peñafiel. It offers an outdoor pool, spa and rooms with satellite TV and free Wi-Fi. The hotel’s rooms feature parquet floors and the private bathrooms come with a hai..
Estación, 1 E - 47300 Peñafiel
Hotel AF Pesquera is a boutique hotel, 1 km from Peñafiel Castle, in the capital of the Ribera del Duero wine region. It offers a gym, whirlpool and free Wi-Fi zone. Stylish air-conditioned rooms feature a flat-screen TV. There is a minibar, safe an..
Avenida Escalona, 17 E - 47300 Peñafiel
Hotel Ribera del Duero is a converted 16th-century flour mill on the N-122 Main Road, one kilometre from central Peñafiel. It offers free Wi-Fi and free parking. Peñafiel Castle, declared a national monument in 1917, is 2 km from the Ribera Hotel. ..