3 kilometers from Aranda de Duero, the hamlet of Sinovas has a village soul, as it houses a number of monuments that are well worth a visit.
In addition to its parish church San Nicolás de Bari, declared as "Good of Cultural Interest", other mandatory stops are:
- Gardens of Pompey Zabaco: a garden area near the church where a bust with the statue of the same name is located.
- Hermitage of San Bartolomé: located on a high on the outskirts of the town, dates from the year 1770 and serves as a guard throughout the year while in the patron saint festivities it becomes a place of pilgrimage.
- Old Fountain: also known as Fuente de San Bartolomé dates back to 1775 and is located halfway between Sinovas and the hermitage of San Bartolomé. The fountain is composed of a small pipe of water that pours its waters into a watering hole. Attached to the fountain is also a more modern concrete pylon, which replaced a stone pylon.
Sinovas celebrates its festivities in honor of St. Bartholomew at the end of August, in which program includes the already prestigious contest of homemade pacharán. In addition, since 2004 they have held the Albillo Awards by awarding two categories of awards; chosen by a professional jury and chosen by a popular jury.
Apart from the festivities, Sinovas has been holding the Urban Race since 2009 in which, among others, the athlete Juan Carlos Higuero and Celia Antón have participated. Add to this the plogging day (environmental activity) or carnivals in February.
People from Sinovas: Sinovés.