Dawn in Vinuesa from our Hotel
Vinuesa in Winter
Photo of the Church of Nª Señora del Pino from the 16th century
Inside the Church of Nuestra Señora del Pino sixteenth century
View of Vinuesa and the Valley of the Revinuesa from the sky
Old town of Vinuesa (BEFORE)
Old town of Vinuesa (NOW)
House of the Ramos and the Church of Nuestra Señora del Pino in winter.
Streets in the old town of Vinuesa
Old town of Vinuesa a long time ago
Old town of Vinuesa today
Vinuesa Town Hall
Roll of justice in Plaza Plazuela
Pedro de Neila Palace (Current Schools)
Vinuesa from the Camarilla
The Court of Pinares
To enter in Vinuesa is to approach the history, to walk along its streets is easy to verify its splendid past. The sixteenth and seventeenth centuries were the best for the Villa, during which they were impregnated with that stately and palatial air that still emanates their buildings like the one of Pedro de Neila (current schools), Marqués de la Viñuela (Residence of the elderly) and The House of the Ramos among others, giving to this Villa the name of “The Court of the pine forests”
Also of the sixteenth century is its parish church, an authentic jewel and a beautiful example of Gothic art erected to Our Lady of the Pine, whose image was the cause of disputes with its neighbors of Covaleda, which is remembered in one of the most curious and Declared of tourist interest …. “La pinochada”
But Vinuesa is much more:
It is small cozy and quiet amen of having been in the past “Villa y Corte” at the same time.
Now, in the present, it is the ideal starting point to realize the innumerable excursions that from here offers us its exceptional surroundings.
Mention to part also deserves its Roman bridge and to which it is necessary to visit if Vinuesa your way brings you.