Located at the foot of the Sierra del Peco, next to the river Huerva. It is reached by the motorway Mudejar A-23 (Exit 215).

In the center of town is the parish church of Santiago, of Gothic origin and later reformed. Stresses its high tower, whose lower body, square, was built in masonry, while the upper is octagonal brick. Inside the temple you save a painting Gothic altarpiece dedicated to the Virgin Mary, an interesting fifteenth century work by artists Juan Ximenez and Miguel Bonilla.

Other shrines are the San Martin, who keeps a set of interesting murals, and the remains of the chapel of Madalena.

Villadoz around the riverbanks stand Huerva and the remains of the Roman bridge of Pontarrones, the Peirón of the Virgen del CarmenThe Roman road from the Fountain of Manco and the Iberian settlement of La Tejería. You can also climb to the top of the hill of San Bartolomé (1290m.), with remains of the chapel of the same name.
Of particular interest to visitors is the bakery, where you can taste the famous bakery in this town, especially your cake and Glen Mudejar asleep.
Rio Huerva a la altura de Villadoz
Detalle de la Ermita
Torre de la Iglesia de Santiago
Artesonado en el interior de la Iglesia
Rio Huerva
Detalle de una casa en Villadoz
Detalle de una casa en Villadoz
Puente sobre el rio Huerva

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