The existence of Valdemorillo is documented from the year 1302, under the reign of Alfonso XI.
El Caño de San Juan dates from 1869, although it is suspected that its origin may be even earlier.
The Hermitage of San Juan was constructed on the ruins of another older building in the middle of XIX century. It was recently restored in 1998.
The flour factory is a building that stands out for its size and architecture as soon as you enter the village.
The cemetery is a pleasant visit place, not only for its historical value, but also for its impressive views of the town and the mountain range.
It is one of the squares with more charming of the town, an emblematic corner for its mountainous architecture in stone.
Beautiful vault built in granite ashlars in the 16th century as a refrigerator, served as a kaolin rot, the white clay used for the manufacture of earthenware in the nearby factory of Juan Falcó.
The factory, by Juan Falcó, also called Aulencia`s Society, founded in 1845, produced pieces of fine earthenware, with great quality design, obtaining national and international awards.
Popularly known as the H by the shape of its plan, its construction dates from the post-war period and belongs to the plan of reconstruction of devastated regions.
Considered one of the best churches in the province of Madrid, you are facing a monumental complex which walls tell us about the history of Valdemorillo.
We will stop now on one of the most typical streets in the town that reflects part of the most recent history of our village.
Fuente Del Caño is the most important source of the town, for this reason has always been a meeting point for the neighbours. It was built in 1888 and rebuilt several times (1906-1933).
Located in the Plaza de la Constitución, it has witnessed many pages of the history of the town. Renovated in 2010, but respecting its traditional character in mortar and stone, it consists of 4 floors and an inner courtyard.
Jambs, lintels and heraldic shields are conserved like vestiges of the nobles who inhabited our town and testimony of the boom that lived the locality in this time.
Old Refrigerator or ice pit from the XVI-XVII century is built with a vault of granite ashlar with a half-point arch. It was subsequently used as a cocoa store for the Chocolate Factory of the Suja family that was active until the middle of the SXX.
The wineries of the “Tío Topamï”, constituted one of the obligatory stops of every visitor.
The proximity to the Royal site and Monastery of El Escorial, has favoured the presence of illustrious figures in Valdemorillo.
The tannery was originally used to tan skins, hence its name. Later due to the unpleasant smell of that activity, so close to the village became a public laundry.
Its antiquity is unknown, but it is a bucolic place that invites you to a very pleasant excursion a few meters off the town, transporting us to the past.
This public laundry was built at the beginning of the 20th century in 1914 when the tannery became small.
Valdemorillo is one of the references in the world of the bulls where begins the taurine season with the first bullfighting bulls and bullfights of Spain.
It is located in the site of the old Hermitage of the Christ of the Blood of which there are no remains. However from that location you have great views of the village.
Of the Hermitage is conserved the head and the old bulrush in good condition. The rest is contemporary and has been recently restored