The urban nucleus
The urban nucleus of Alameda del Valle runs parallel to the Arroyo de la Saúca and is located on the banks of the Lozoya River. At present, scattered throughout the urban core, interesting dwellings and barns characteristic of the traditional mountain architecture are conserved. A type of buildings, mostly from the 18th-19th centuries, that give this town a marked rural character and make it a very attractive tourist destination.
These are buildings typical of the popular architecture of the Alto del Lozoya Valley, located in such a unique environment, invites you to walk through streets and corners, recalling the life of yesteryear and discovering beautiful corners with the flavor of the old. Both its main streets, Grande, Romero, del Río, the Church, among others, as the alleys and crossings offer visitors prints of mountain and popular architecture that will enliven your stay in our town.
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