6-CUMVAL. Cave Museum

This beautiful cellar was built in the 16th century using granite blocks and was used as a cool place to store kaolinite, the white clay used to manufacture crockery at the nearby Falcó ceramics factory.

7-The Old Porcelain Factory

Also known as the Sociedad de la Aulencia (The Aulencia Company), founded in 1845, the factory produced fine crockery with high-quality designs that won many national and international awards.

8-The Old Schools

This building is known amongst the locals as the ‘H’ because of its shape. These schools date back to the post-war period and were built as part of the plan to re-build those areas that suffered the most destruction during the Civil War.

11-The Fountain Spring

The Fountain Spring this is the most important fountain in the town and has always been a popular place for locals to meet and catch up. It was originally built in 1888 but was renovated a number of times between 1906 and 1933.

12-Ayuntamiento (The Town Hall)

The building is found in the Plaza de la Constitución and has witnessed many chapters of the town’s history. It was most recently renovated in 2010 but has preserved its traditional mortar and stone façade.

Noble Crests and Old Lintels

On streets like Calle de las Reyes, Calle de la Oliva or Calle Real, you will find a number of doorways, lintels and crests that point to the town’s illustrious past and tell us a little about its noble former residents.

16-La Tenería (The Tannery)

This site was originally used to tan hides, hence its name. However, this process produces a rather unpleasant smell, and being so close to the town, it was turned into a communal laundry instead.

19-Plaza de Toros (The Bull Ring)

Valdemorillo is well-known throughout the world of bullfighting, and the bullfighting season begins each year on the 3rd of February, with the town’s annual fiesta dedicated to Saint Blaise.