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Visits around

A wide offer of places to visit:

 

Tordesillas and its important History

The diverse Natural Spaces

The Rueda Wine Route
The infinity of Bodegas.
- The castles
- The nice small towns around
- The historical capital cities not far from us (Valladolid, Zamora, Salamanca, Segovia, Avila,…)

Events and Festivities in Tordesillas

Tordesillas celebrates many and important events throughout the year:

- Bike meetings Motauros and Pingüinos
Arrival of Joanna I and her Funeral Courtship
- Commemoration of the Treaty signing 
Dramatised Tourist Visits
Local September Festivities
Market of the Middle Ages
- Tapas Contest

You'll get more information in Tourism of Tordesillas

Easter Holy Week Processions

In Castilla y León the Holy Week is lived with a special intensity. And in our central area get together the traditional meditation and silence with the prodigious exhibition of polychromed art of the Processions.

 

You'll find below some links to the most important of them. And they are very near us

 

Tordesillas                Valladolid

 

Zamora                   Toro

The Treaties of Tordesillas

On June 7, 1494, Castile and Portugal signed a treaty in Tordesillas. This treaty divided the Atlantic Ocean by means of a "line" drawn from pole to pole, 370 leagues to the west side of Cape Verde Islands, so that the eastern hemisphere was for the Portuguese Crown and the western hemisphere for Castilian Crown.

Thus, the Catholic Monarchs and Juan II of Portugal agree about what conquests they could carry out in the world that had just been discovered.

This Ocean division Treaty shows a great novelty: a border dividing both the sea and the earth is established for the first time. Besides, that means a new territory division conception that will determine South America current configuration.

 

The same day, also in Tordesillas, both powers signed another treaty that solved the disputes both kingdoms had been maintaining all along about african territories and interests. Besides, it not only accounted for the oceanic treaty but also complemented it.

According to the African Treaty, the portuguese and castilian kingdoms divided Fez for future conquests; they also regulated fishing and navigation rights through african atlantic coasts with the result that Castile made sure of Melilla and Cazaza territories and also fishing to Cape Bojador, as well as attacks operations on these territories, from Bojador to Río de Oro. The African agreement will be very valuable for Castile since hardly two years ago, the Catholic Monarchs had concluded the Reconquest with Granada anexation. That agreement carried out with Portugal delimited the area for future conquest and expansion of hispanic cristianism against Islam in North Africa, which was a priority aim of Spanish monarchy

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47100 TORDESILLAS. Valladolid. Spain

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