Adrada de Haza
100 kilometers from the capital of Burgos, in the heart of the Ribera de Duero region, is this historic village of 261 inhabitants belonging to the judicial district of Aranda de Duero.
Places of interest:
• The Humilladero.
• Santa Columba Church: it has a 16th century altarpiece made by the school of Juan de Juni, with 18 tables and a carving of Santa Columba.
• The Romanesque hermitage of Cristo de los Remedios.
• The Ratchet.
In some restaurants are usually gastronomic days of great interest to know how to enjoy good cooking.
By Adrada de Haza runs the Riaza River, so it is advisable to enjoy a walk along the so-called path of the Riaza Valley.
Gentilicy of Adrada de Haza: Aderatenses.