1. Orbaneja del Castillo and its waterfall reaching more than 25 metres high
Considered one of the prettiest villages in the Sedano valley in Burgos, Orbaneja del Castillo has something that makes it unique – a spectacular waterfall cuts through it, gradually forming little pools of turquoise-blue water. The torrent of water flows down from on high through the little streets of the village from the Cueva del Agua, a wonderful rocky hollow where you can see a few little samples of cave art. It's no surprise that the village has been awarded the status of Property of Cultural Interest as a historical site.One of the best ways to get there and to enjoy the scenery at the same time is on foot, walking for 5 km along the banks of the Ebro river from Escalada. When you arrive, you'll find little medieval houses with wooden balconies overflowing with flowers of every colour. The waterfall has plenty of water throughout the year, and from here there are hiking routes that'll allow you to enjoy the magnificent natural landscapes.