Economically the village lives off dry land farming and rural tourism, with there being three country cottages. Not long ago, a resident established a catering company called ‘Cocina de Charo’.
Roturas’ parish church is dedicated to San Esteban Protomártir. The main altarpiece was made of limestone and dates back to the XVIII century. Two boxed pilasters repeated over the space give the sensation of profundity. The stone altarpiece is of Mannerist style and contains a smaller one made of polychrome wood. The cross is from the XV century and is made from silver with a golden coat and of a great quality.
We feel as though we should also mention the ‘Escuela del Ayer’ (‘School of Yesterday’) and a hundred-year-old elm tree which is found at the entrance of the village.
This rustic cottage, from the 18th century, has been reformed respecting its origins in sun-dried brick, stone and wood.
This accommodation is located in the Valladolid area of the Ribera del Duero Wine Route. It is made of wood and sun-dried brick and has been standing since the 20th century.
This accommodation is a typical Castilian country cottage from the 19th century. in reality, it is one of the longest standing dwellings of the village of Roturas.