This church has three naves and is built in the Gothic style, although the vaults and main altarpiece, in the neoclassical style, date from the 18th century. Highlights include the façade in the Spanish Plateresque style from the second half of the 16th century. On its interior is the Iacobeus Visitor centre, dedicated to the Way of Saint James, its history, to the pilgrims and to the significance of this great route through Spain.
Castrojeríz Ethnographic Museum
It contains an exhibition of farm tools and domestic items.
Museum of the former Collegiate Church of Santa María del Manzano
It contains works by Berruguete, Diego de Siloé, Carducho, Mateo…
Muralla de Castrojeriz
Restos de la muralla medieval con sillares de la época romana.
Convent of San Antón
This was formerly the residence of the Antonianos order which was…
Ex-collegiate Church of Santa María del Manzano
Building began in 1214, following the canons of the Romanesque…