La Seca Cuna del Rueda

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La Seca Cuna del Rueda

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Published since 9 April 2011

  • La Seca Cuna del Rueda
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  • La Seca Cuna del Rueda
  • La Seca Cuna del Rueda
  • La Seca Cuna del Rueda
  • La Seca Cuna del Rueda
  • La Seca Cuna del Rueda

  • Holiday cottage Full to let
  • Sleeps: 1-8
  • Registration No.: Fecha de autorización: 25/11/2010

  La Seca Cuna del Rueda is pet friendly (ask the owner).  

La Seca Cuna del Rueda is a wine tourism holiday cottage. It is located in the heart of Rueda DO, (La Seca, Valladolid).

The house has double rooms named after local wineries. Guests will find a bottle of wine to taste.
It has two bathrooms, spacious living room with fireplace and kitchen.

It also features gardens with barbecue, swimming pool and parking area.

Description Summary:
Pet friendly Built-up area Cot
TV Parking space Fireplace
Terrace BBQ Garden
Swimming pool Heating Patio

Environment & Activities La Seca Cuna del Rueda


Attractions include:
• Ermita del Cristo in La Seca
• Ermita de San Roque in La Seca
• Castillo de la Mota, Medina del Campo.
• The Ages of Man, in Medina del Campo.
• Mudéjar Park in Olmedo.
• Valladolid. It lies only 32 km. The origin of the city goes back to the first half of the eleventh century, when the Duero area was re-populated. It is located at an elevation between the northern branch of the Esgueva and Pisuerga Rivers. Currently it is the capital of Castile and Leon and regional economic hub.

In Valladolid, you can see a large display of all artistic styles from the thirteenth century to the present. You can visit lots of churches such as Santa Maria de la Antigua, in the city centre, with its 13th century Romanesque tower and beautiful artistic vaulting and buttresses. San Pablo, one of the most popular Spanish-Flemish Gothic facades in the town.

Iglesia de las Angustias, featuring a mid-16th-century carving by Juan de Juni, or Iglesia de Santiago, a 16th-century Renaissance building with three naves separated by columns supporting pointed horseshoe arches.

As far as civil architecture is concerned, it has an important collection of palaces like Arenzana, Marqués de Valverde or Fabio Nelly de Espinosa, Valladolid Museum.

Noteworthy is the University, whose old building remains are just its Baroque facade of early seventeenth century.

Palacio de Santa Cruz with its Renaissance facade of the late fifteenth century.

The National Museum of Sculpture of the late fifteenth century is at Colegio de San Gregorio. It keeps a unique collection of sculptures and paintings from the thirteenth to the eighteenth century.

Museum of Contemporary Art, located in Patio Herreriano. Recently opened.

The most important festivals include Easter, declared to be International Tourist Interest, San Pedro Regalado, and Nuestra Señora de San Lorenzo in September.


• Wineries tours.
• Bicycle Rental.
• Paintball and Karting near the town.

Activities Summary:
Bike riding Paintball Hiking
Playground Board games  

(*) Distances in straight line