Valle Alto del Lozoya
In the Valle del Lozoya you will find Alameda del Valle, a small mountain village that occupies a narrow stripe perpendicular to the axis traced by the Lozoya River. It is a markedly rural municipality with many meadows, orchards and crops surrounding dwellings and traditional agricultural buildings of the Valley. Joined this interesting heritage we find the Church of Santa Marina and martyr of Gothic-Renaissance style, located at the southwest edge of the town.
La historia de Alameda del Valle comienza a principios del siglo XIV, When castellanos Knights founded the Quiñones de Valdelozoya in the Sexmo de Lozoya. Later, in 19th century becomes part of the province of Madrid until today.
Only some 90 km from the capital, its great scenic beauty makes it an ideal location for sightseeing in a quiet and natural environment, where to watch their towering mountain profiles, the stunning views from the Peñalara massif and the spectacular Lozoya River.
¡Descubre con Sierra Norte de Madrid the peoples of Madrid!