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…