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Located in a beautiful natural setting, on the banks of the Duero River and 15 minutes from the capital of the Ribera del Duero.

The Hospedería Monasterio de la Vid is located in a privileged environment that invites both rest and exploration of its rich history and natural landscape.

Situated on the banks of the Duero River, this emblematic place not only offers a peaceful and spiritual stay, but also becomes an ideal starting point to discover the charms of the region.

location and activities

Much to see and enjoy…

Entorno. Monasterio de la Vid 1

Monasterio de la Vid

The Monastery of Santa María de La Vid dates back to the 12th century when the Premonstratensian community received royal support for the construction of a monastery.

Podrán visitar El Claustro, La Iglesia, La Sacristía, El Refrectorio, El Museo de arte sacro, y el Museo numismático

Entorno. Encinas Centenarias

Centennial holm oaks

This pair of centennial holm oaks is located in a place of worship in the area known as “La Isla” next to the Monastery of Santa María de La Vid, where summer camps are held annually and many people come for walks or to hike the Virgin of the Mountain Valley trail.

Entorno. Rollo de la Justicia

Rollo de Justicia

In the surroundings of the monastery, on the way to the wineries, we will see the “Rollo de Justicia” (a site of Cultural Interest), but we will also find one of the stages of the GR-14 trail after it passes through Zuzones.

Aranda de Duero

Less than 20 minutes from the Monastery of La Vid, you will find Aranda de Duero, the largest town in the Ribera del Duero region in the province of Burgos. Along with Peñafiel, San Esteban de Gormaz, Peñaranda, and Roa de Duero, it is one of the most emblematic places for the wines of Ribera del Duero.

Burgo de Osma

El Burgo de Osma is one of the most beautiful towns in the province of Soria, rightfully declared a Village of Tourist Interest. It is renowned for its gastronomy and has been an episcopal see since the 6th century.

Peñafiel Castle

Peñafiel Castle began construction in the 10th century, though its current appearance is the result of significant modifications made during the 14th and 15th centuries. This medieval fortress was declared a National Monument in 1917 and has since become a symbol of wine tourism in Ribera del Duero, as it now houses the Provincial Wine Museum in its courtyard.