Parador de Lerma

Know the environment

  • Covarrubias (22 km)
    A beautiful town founded by count Fernán González in the year 987
    Of note is the Collegiate Church of San Cosme y San Damián (15th c.), an important example of a Gothic church of the best of the Burgos school.
    Church of Santo Tomás (12th c.)
    Doña Urraca Square
    Doña Sancha Square
  • Quintanilla de las Viñas (35 km)
    7th century Visigothic church
    Not far from here it is worth visiting the Romanesque San Quirece Abbey founded by Count Fernán González
  • Sierra de la Demanda (45 km)
    An extraordinary mountain range in the southeast of the province
    In the shadows of its majestic and almost always snow-capped peaks a series of scenic and human elements come together which make the area an attractive natural and tourist paradise
    There are glacial lakes and sites with dinosaur and tree fossils
  •  St. James’s Way
    He strategic geographical situation of the territory that now makes up the province of Burgos has made it an obligatory step for the pilgrims from all over Europe who leave their home countries in search of the tomb of Saint James
  • Visits to the D.O. Arlanza Wine Cellars close to the Parador
  • Santo Domingo de Silos (31 km)
    The 18th century Monastery of Santo Domingo where one can enjoy the GREGORIAN CHANTS of the monastery’s monks. The Yecla Gorge is also nearby
  • Burgos (36 km)
    The old districts are presided over by the Gothic Cathedral with its enchanting small towers and spires
    Surrounding the Cathedral are the Gothic Churches of San Esteban, San Gil, San Nicolás and Santa Águeda
    On the outskirts of the town is the splendid complex of the Royal Monastery of las Huelgas and the Miraflores Charterhouse
  • Lerma
    Ducal Palace
    Convent of San Juan
    Santa Clara Square
    Santa Clara Convent
    Church of San Pedro
    Peidad Sanctuary
    Arco de la Cárcel (entry gate of the ancient Medieval city wall from the 9th century)
    Convent del Carmen
    Convent de San Blas
  • Sierra de Atapuerca (51 km)
    Important archaeological sites with human remains dating back more than a million years, where the first settlers of the continent now known as Europe lived