In the Ruta de la Lana (Wool Route), Olmillos has recently modernized itself by creating new irrigation. A pool of water has been constructed.

In Pedraja de San Esteban the River Duero brings to life a natural place of beauty. The village belongs to the township of San Esteban de Gormaz and is highlighted by the construction of the Santa Maria Magdalena church, which was restored in 1991.

Through its jurisdiction passes the Cañada Real Soriana Occidental (Royal Western Sorian Ravine) and it is home to numerous hills, which left us with sensational scenery.

Rejas de San Esteban is a medieval village situated between two hills: its Muslim castle which has underground passages and ‘La Loma’, a vantage point to enjoy the Central System mountain range, the Sierra Cebollera Natural Park, ‘El Hondo’ (‘The Deep’) and the River Madre and the River Rejas.

Arabic and Roman land, it is the starting point of the Ribera del Duero wine designation. It is the first village of the province of Soria that is included in the Designation of Origin.

In a sensational setting, forming part of the Camino del Cid (El Cid Path) (the spot of Valdejunquera) and with a vast quantity of wineries it produces Designation of Origin Ribera del Duero wine.

The village of Velilla de San Esteban is based on cultivation and wool-bearing livestock. In terms of its plant life we can see ash trees, willows, lavender, thyme, chamomile, elder trees, tea… and with regards to its animals we can see hare, fox, rabbit, partridge, and wild boar.