Brias and its environs have remained practically
unchanged for hundreds of years. The village's stone
houses and narrow, winding streets remember a simpler day,
when time was measured not with a clock, but with the changing
This area of Castile and Leon still has few inhabitants.
The wild forests and animals that call them home rule the
area, not man. Walk or bike along sheep trails or ancient
Roman roads and breathe in air freshened by cedar, pine, oak,
poplar, aspen and walnut trees. Discover thyme, rosemary,
oregano and lavender growing wild along your path. During
the spring and autumn, it's time to pick the wild mushrooms.
And if you're quiet, you can spot eagles, antelope, deer,
hawks, storks, javelina and migratory birds of all kinds.
Horseback riding and swimming are also available near Brias.
Our map indicating the points of interests in the area can be
There is much history to see as well. This area has
many archeological sites, including castles, cathedrals, monuments,
museums and all periods of churches. You can visit the
historical cities of Burgo de Osma and Berlanga de Duero and
the medieval villages of Calatanazor, Rello and Caracena.
We can send you on many half-day and day trips that will satisfy
even the most adventuresome.
And whether it's in our dining room or any of the excellent
restaurants we can recommend, make sure you try the wine,
sausages, pork and lamb this area is famous for.