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Penalba de San Esteban is around 80 miles away from Madrid and roughly 120 miles from Bilbao.
Get to know the scents, sounds and scenes of this region at Haydo Tetera Negro Visitor Center. It's approximately 20 miles away from Penalba de San Esteban and is an ideal place to go adventuring.
Grab your skis and conquer the slopes at La Pinilla Ski Resort.
If you head 2 miles to the east of Penalba de San Esteban you'll come to San Esteban de Gormaz. A trip here gives you the opportunity to experience Molino de los Ojos and Parque del Romanico de Castilla y Leon. If you still have the time to see more of the region, go to Atauta and take a look at Bodegas Dominio de Atauta and Church of Santa Maria del Rivero. They are located about 2 miles from Penalba de San Esteban.
Approximately 8 miles to the northwest of Penalba de San Esteban is Langa de Duero, a regional hub known for Church of San Miguel Arcangel, Torre del Castillo and Bodegas Valdevinas. Monastery of Santa María de La Vid and Bodegas El Lagar de Isilla are also certainly worth stopping at.
Trying traditional food is a great way to gain insight into a destination. So be sure to stop by some of this region's cafés and restaurants.
To discover the true essence of the gastronomic landscape, be sure to seek out popular ingredients like pork and beef.
Your journey wouldn't be complete if you don't try hornazo (meat pie) and cocido maragato (goat blood, chicken and pork stew).
And when you are ready for dessert, you have to sample some delectable nicanors (pastries with icing sugar).
As you prepare to embark on your adventures, why not attempt to practice some useful words and phrases in Spanish? Buenas noches translates to good evening. Good morning is another useful one to know, so try getting your mouth around Buenos días.
The 12th of October is the day when the whole country will observe National Day. There's sure to be plenty of festivities going on if you're here at that time.
As your time here comes to a close, be sure to wave Penalba de San Esteban a fond "Adiós".
Once you're packed and ready to catch your flight, it's good to remember that the nearest airport is approximately 60 miles north.