Located 25 kilometers from Aranda de Duero, the history of this town is linked to that of its most illustrious neighbor: Santo Domingo de Guzmán.
In the thirteenth century, King Alfonso X decided to build a manor in honor of the founder of the Order of the Dominicans, creating what today remains the artistic and historical set around which the rest of buildings revolve.
In addition to the Dominican places, in Caleruega you can enjoy deposits, hiking trails through nature, the oldest winery in the Denomination of Origin and a rich gastronomy.
Other remarkable places to visit in Caleruega: the Church of the Dominican Mothers, the Parish of San Sebastián and the Torreón de los Guzmanes. For all these reasons, since 2017 he is part of the Association of the Most Beautiful Villages in Spain.
Caleruega has a permanent TOURIST OFFICE.
Gentilicy of Caleruega: caleroganos