Grajal de Campos is a real surprise not only because of everything the villa, but also the surrounding area, have to offer.

The must-see is the Renaissance complex of monuments comprised of the artillery castle, which was the first in Spain to be exclusively used for this purpose. The Vega family’s palace, with its spectacular monumental staircase, and the church of Saint Michael, which is connected to the palace and features an interesting tower.

TOURS OF THE INSIDE of these three monuments are always guided and the route begins at the Vega family’s palace. Booking in advance is recommended by phone or via this website where you can also purchase advance tickets.

If the guided tour timetable is too limited for certain visitors, the outside of the monuments may be seen by following an audio-guided route. Panels with QR codes offering audio with basic information have been posted at each of the points of interest. The information for the QR codes is also available at this website.



Traspalacio Street in Grajal de Campos.
628 510 242

For security reasons, access to the inside of the monuments is only allowed for those participating in guided tours. Free individual visits are not allowed, meaning booking a spot in advance by phone or email, or purchasing tickets online, is recommended.

Mornings: 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 to 2:00 p.m.
Afternoons: 5:00 to 5:15 p.m. and from 7:30 to 08:30 p.m

A walk through Grajal de Campos

A walk through Grajal gives you the chance to enjoy the peace found in the area all the way to the CHAPEL dedicated to the VIRGEN DE LAS PUERTAS, the local patron saint. Nearby you’ll also find the old CONVENT AND CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF LA ANTIGUA.