Villaverde de Montejo tells us with its own name that it was part of the Villa y Tierra de Montejo Community. The remains of an abandoned settlement known as Pinilla de Arcos are still located in the village.
The Romanesque parish church Santa Cecilia, set away from the centre of the village stands out. It is made up of one room and the baptismal font is also Romanesque; the back of the church and various Baroque altarpieces (one of which contains the image of the clothed Virgen Mary). This, together with a XVI century chalice and custode and a Rococo processional cross, made by silversmiths from Aranda de Duero.
But the church is not the village’s only charm. In the area, there are traditional pigeon houses, chicken runs, bee hives and various wine cellars doffing its cap to its exceptional Ribera del Duero Designation of Origin cultivation.