Viandar de la Vera
Facts and Figures:It is the second least populous municipality with a total of 300 people to an area of 28 km2, which is located at 540 meters above sea level.
Population is mainly agricultural and livestock economy. Its location allows you to enjoy beautiful landscapes.
Village History::Small village located in the “verata” mountains, which has good examples of traditional architecture.
It separates from the Lordship of Valverde in 1642 and retained his title in parchment signed by Henry IV and the “Picota” or “Rollo” as symbol of independence. This village has been inhabited since ancient times, finding traces of a Celtic-iberian Castro “Cerro del Castrejon”.
Where to Stay: Puravera does not have accommodation in this village. However, you may contact us for close alternatives recommended by us in our Booking / Reservations Central. More information contact us.
Nature: For its location and its broad jurisdiction it provides areas whose altitude exceed the 2,000 meters as the “Sierra de Martinejos” mountain or “Loma de la Cumbre” (Summit Hill), are obvious examples of such sharp mountaineous area that provide surroundings of remarkable beauty.
Their river gorges and hiking possibilities are interesting. Natural pool provided by the river gorge “Rio Morros”. You can make trekking routes like the “Cauternos “Route.
Where to Eat: Bar La Avenida/Bar La Plaza.
What to do:
Inner city- It should be noted between its buildings; there is the Church of St. Andrew the Apostle of the C16th. It preserves several sculptures of great artistic quality of the C16th and C17th and there is also an altarpiece with paintings on boards of C17th. In the Parish House there is a crucifix of ivory from three nails of the C18th which come from the Philippines.
Ntra. Señora del Rosario o fiestas de Paseo - where there is a social exchange with the neighbouring town of Talaveruela. First Sunday of October.
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