Churches and hermitages

Religious architecture strongly influenced by the historic Camino de Santiago that crosses part of Medio Cudeyo. Buildings with a historical and artistic legacy of unquestionable value that dot all our towns.

Each town in Medio Cudeyo has an ancient and varied heritage around religious architecture. Constructions that collect the history of the residents of the municipality and represent a legacy that dates back to the 12th century, when the existence of a temple dedicated to Santa María is already documented. Many of these constructions will be linked to the development of the Camino de Santiago, an ancient route that passes through the municipality and takes pilgrims along the coastal path to Santiago de Compostela. Buildings around which and for a long time life was made and laws were governed, such as the meetings of the Cudeyo Board, held at first in the same portico of the Church of Santa María de Cudeyo.

San Martín church

San Juan Bautista church

Santa María de Cudeyo church

Crucero de Valdecilla

San Justo church

Santa Catalina church

Santiago de Cudeyo church

San Miguel church

San Pedruco hermitage

San Vicente church

San Esteban hermitage