In the environment of Quemada three historic-artistic sets are worth seeing: Gumiel de Izán, Peñaranda de Duero and Valcondes (as well as Langa de Duero, from Soria). Beside is worth highlighting, in the artistic field, the churches from Aranda de Duero (especially Saint Mary The Royal), the monastery of the Vine, the monastery of Caleryega, the convent of nuns from La Aguilera, etc. Kart circuit 15 km far away, horse riding routes 3 km far away and perfect environment for hunters.
It is plenty of the vineyards and the wine cellars of this area, with certificate of origin Ribera del Duero. The underground route of the wine cellars in Aranda de Duero is worth seeing. And in gastronomy the roast lamb and the local varieties of blood sausage from Burgos highlight.
Quemada is equidistant between Aranda de Duero and Peñaranda de Duero with its rock cellars, horse-riding and municipal swimming pools. The parish of the Assumption has a bell tower of the XIII century and inside, the Christ from the XIV century and a polychrome painting of the Virgin with Jesus from the XVI century are worth seeing. The Path of Vines which is a small circular path highlights like walking route, with an estimated time of three hours and low difficulty; along the path we will discover many traditional cellars, landscapes of vineyards and pine forests. Other close localities which have a historic-artistic importance are Covarrubias, Silos, Lerma, Salas de los Infantes, the canyon of the River Lobos, or the Romanesque ruins of Clunia.
- Romanesque church of our Lady Assumption. Inside a Christ from the XIV century and a polychrome image of the Virgin with Jesus from the XVI century are worth seeing.
- Romanesque bridges.
- Aranda de Duero: Land of wine and lamb.
- Peñaranda de Duero.
- The Canyon of the river Lobos.
- Romanesque remains of Clunia.
- Salas de Los Infantes.
Horse riding routes, hiking, trekking, adventure sports, etc…