Other places of interest


This bridge serves as access to the cemetery of Arnedillo. It is a construction of great quality, done for the most part on limestone, ashlar and masonry. Built in the 17th century, it has been refurbished several times over the years.

Heraldic Coats of Arms

Baroque (17th century) of the Íñiguez y Arnedo in Calle Somovilla.

Rococo of the González (1760) in Plaza Félix Merino.

Baroque of the Íñiguez y González in calle del Medio.

Ice Well

Located in the vicinity of Arnedillo for its communal use, it’s a medieval rock construction with an entrance and exit hole which was used to store snow in the winter to later use in the summer.

Oil Press

Dates back to 19th century. It is a historical machine used to produce oil.

The Washing place, the Basin and the Four Headed Fountain

In the main square, corner with Amancio González street, you can find the washing place and the four-headed fountain that pours water into the basin.


During the early Cretaceous period, this region was part of a flooded plain with irregular dry periods, leaving muddy areas behind with indelible dinosaur prints.   With time, these areas would dry up and get covered with new sediments which weighted on the inferior layers, solidifying them into rocks for millions of years to come. Erosion has progressively worn out the outer layers exposing many of these rock formations and revealing the ichnites.

In the area one can find the site of Las Hoyas and La Mata, both added to the Heritage Register as Historical Sites of Cultural Interest in the year 2000.

The first is located nearby Arnedillo, next to the ravine of Vadillo and has easy access. There you can watch ten separate dinosaur footprints, probably carnivores, seven of which are three fingers – the other three are round holes. The three that are better preserved are believed to be tracks.

The second is found nearby Peroblasco, in its namesake site of La Mata, also easy to access. It has 19 carnivore footprints of slight depth but well-shaped, four of which form a track.

Visitor Center and Vulture Observation Point “El Mirador del Buitre”

Offers a complete exhibition about the life cycle of the Eurasian Griffon Vulture and outdoors observation point for bird sighting with telescope and binoculars.