It has two bedrooms and bathroom with shower on the first floor and on the ground floor has a living room, bathroom, kitchen and patio with clothesline.
Located in the center of a small town of Palencia but with all the basic services.
We provide tourist information of the area and our knowledge of the environment.
You will be welcome to spend a weekend as well as for longer stays.
Osorno is located in a strategic place between the beautiful and unknown Palencia mountain and the Tierra de Campos plain, half an hour from Palencia and Burgos and one hour from Santander, León and Valladolid.
This is the route of the Canal de Castilla, a singular work of hydraulic engineering from the 18th century, with the unique Abánades aqueduct.
Here you will find the Neolithic Dolmen of the Velilla and the Dessobriga site, an old empty village and then a Roman town. Inside the village you can see the 17th century Palacio de los Hierro, the Mudejar hermitage of La Piedad and the church of La Asunción that contains elements of great interest such as the Romanesque baptismal font, the imposing Renaissance grille, carvings from the school of Felipe Bigarny and Nazareno by Gregorio Hernandez.
You can visit natural surroundings: recreational area of the Fuente de los Caños and meadow of the hermitage of Ronte. The autochthonous and repopulation forests with abundant mycological richness. The banks of its rivers and the Canal de Castilla.
You can visit monuments: The beautiful Roman Villa of La Olmeda (40km), the churches of the Camino de Santiago (15km), the Romanesque Monastery of San Andrés de Arroyo (40km), the incredible Romanesque heritage of northern Palencia.
Osorno is a quiet town. It has multiple services: food stores, press, bars, pubs, restaurants, medical center, mechanical workshop, gas station, ...
Dates of interest:
* Fairs and Festivals of San Miguel de los Santos, (they are celebrated on the weekend corresponding to the first Friday of July).
* Holy Week, one of the most striking in the province, organized by the Brotherhood of Santa Vera Cruz.
* Pilgrimage of the Virgin of Ronte (on Pentecost Monday, 50 days after Easter Sunday).
* Pilgrimage of San Pantaleón (July 27), where they eat bread, cheese and hard boiled eggs.
* The August parties (unofficial) dedicated to tourists and emigrants, including a second pilgrimage to the Hermitage of N. Sra. De Ronte.