Had the most amazing meal and experience which was so unexpected. A tiny restaurant run buy an Italian who knows and understands food. All veggies from his garden, home made pasta, fantastic fish and lamb. The wine was wonderful too. Afterwards we visited a wine cave 3 meters below the surface which are typical of the area and have been owned by local families for generations. These caves represent the origins of Ribera del Duero wines. From the N122 the drive to the village is spectacular.
We are only sorry that we live such a long way away but will go out of our way to return.
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