WELCOME TO GRAJAL DE CAMPOS, a municipality of just over 200 inhabitants, located in the natural region of "Tierra de Campos" which includes part of the province of León and extends towards Zamora, Palencia and Valladolid. The characteristic landscape of the area is comprised of large undulating plains, alternated with small hills and a few rivers with very little water. It was all grainland under Roman Hispania and would later be coined the “granary of Spain”.
As you approach the town by road from the north, the first thing that appears is the imposing 16th century CASTLE, a beautiful sight framed by the golden tones of the fields, the ochre of the terrain and the green of the trees lining the banks of the nearby River Valderaduey.
But this small village has much more to offer visitors besides the spectacular image of the castle; EXTENSIVE HISTORICAL AND MONUMENTAL HERITAGE, numerous examples of traditional architecture, good food, good wines, and cultural, music and art activities. What’s more, there are no crowds in Grajal de Campos, meaning you can enjoy everything with plenty of space, silence and peace. A real invitation to savour life intensively yet without haste or bustles.