ID Location - 145 -
- Name:Puente Duero Pine Forest and Beach
Name (Cartographic Ref.):Pinar y Playa de Puente Duero
Owner:Ayuntamiento de Valladolid
GPS Coordinates (Latitude):41°33′05″N
GPS Coordinates (Longitude):4°47′33″O
Autonomous Community:Castilla y León
Address:Puente Duero, Valladolid
Contact:Valladolid Film Office
Phone:(+34) 983 219 438
Description:This pine forest in Valladolid (Castile and Leon) is a natural space full of stone pines (pinus pinea), it also includes the beach, where one can enjoy swimming.
Climate:Valladolid’s climate is cold inner Mediterranean. Rainfall is spread irregularly throughout the year. The annual rainfall is 435 mm and the average relative humidity throughout the year is 65%. There are 71 days of rain per year. Temperatures vary significantly from day to night, often by more than 20 degrees Celsius. The average annual temperature is 12.3 ° C.
State of Conservation:In good state
Geographical Environment:El Pinar de Puente Duero is a natural space with an abundance of vegetation, most notably a great amount of pine trees. The beach, which suitable for swimming, also has a great variety of flora and fauna.
Historical-Cultural Context:Named after the Medieval bridge over the Duero River, this settlement was initially a stop on the road. The Medieval bridge was blown up by French troops in 1812. The new one was built in the mid 19th century, but follows the same old path with its base of sturdy pillars.
Usual activities:Area for leisure.
Part of the Camino de Santiago (Way of St. James) from Madrid.
Events, festivals and traditions:Puente Duero festivities
'Penguins' motorbiking meeting
Related Locations:Playa del Río Duero
El Pinar de Puente Duero