History

Olmedo
1128
Olmedo
Foundation of the Mudejar Convent of Sancti Spiritus by the Infanta Dª Sancha de Castilla, the first female cloistered convent of the Order of St. Bernard in Spain.
Valbuena
1143
Valbuena
The monastery was founded by Estefanía de Armengol, daughter of the Count of Urgel and granddaughter of Count Ansúrez. During the 12th and 13th centuries, the church was built, which preserves its original appearance devoid of ornamentation, with its three naves and five chapels at the chancel, a typical layout of this style, as well as in the lower cloister, an example of the transition from Romanesque to Gothic, in the beautiful courtyard.
Valbuena
1151
Valbuena
The occupation of the monastery is attributed to the Cistercian monks from Berdones, from the line of Morimond. These monks were dedicated to planting vines and making wine, which is why the monastery is considered to be the cradle of Ribera del Duero wines.
Olmedo
1230
Olmedo
Legend had it that under the ancient Convent of Santi Spiritus there were healing waters with heavenly powers.
Olmedo
1507
Olmedo
Its walls housed Juana I de Castilla "La Loca" and Santa Teresa de Jesús.
Burgo de Osma
1550
Burgo de Osma
Renaissance building with a Plateresque façade. Founded as the Pontifical and Royal University of Santa Catalina or University of Osma by the Portuguese bishop Pedro Álvarez de Acosta.
Burgo de Osma
1562
Burgo de Osma
Felipe II, by Royal Decree, took it under his protection and protection. It thus acquired the dual status of Pontifical and Royal University.
Solares
1753
Solares
The first news of the existence of a spa in Solares. Its name even appears in the Ensenada Cadastre, although there are also other references in the archives of the Marquis of Valbuena.
Burgo de Osma
1761
Burgo de Osma
On 9 June, Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos graduated as a Bachelor of Canons (Canon Law) at the Santa Catalina University in El Burgo de Osma (Soria).
Solares
1827
Solares
The first Casa de Baños was built over the spring and a year later it was declared of public utility.
Solares
1899
Solares
During the Belle Époque, a series of comfortable buildings were erected along the lines of the prestigious European thermal centres, intended not only for the strict cure through its waters, but also to offer days of leisure and relaxation to its guests.
Valbuena
1931
Valbuena
Monastery of Santa María, in Valbuena de Duero (Valladolid), was declared a historic-artistic monument.
Valbuena
1990
Valbuena
The archbishopric ceded these buildings to serve as the headquarters of the new Las Edades del Hombre Foundation.
Olmedo
2005
Olmedo
Believing in the orally transmitted legend that for generations told that the waters of Sancti Spíritus had celestial powers, they searched in its subsoil for curative waters and our excellent saline mineral-medicinal waters appeared, converting the humble Mudejar convent of brick and adobe into the first 4-star spa in Castilla y León.
Burgo de Osma
2010
Burgo de Osma
The building was refurbished. In its subsoil they searched for curative waters, and our excellent oligometallic, calcium bicarbonate, hypothermal and medium mineralised waters appeared, turning the prestigious Santa Catalina University into the first Spa Hotel in the province of Soria.
Solares
2012
Solares
The Castilla Termal Hoteles group has taken over the management and direction of this impressive hotel complex, thus adding 3 hotels to its chain. The desire, the effort, the daily work and the good work that characterise the hotels of Castilla Termal, will be impregnated in the day to day of this emblematic Hotel Balneario.
Valbuena
2015
Valbuena
Castilla Termal Hoteles opens the first 5-star thermal spa complex in Castilla y León, in the best preserved 12th century Cistercian monastery in Europe.

Buildings with history

The emblematic history of each of the buildings of Castilla Termal Hoteles takes us on a journey into the past. Discover Castilla Termal Valbuena, located in the best preserved 12th century Cistercian monastery in Europe, Castilla Termal Olmedo in the walls of the old 12th century convent of Sancti Spiritus, Castilla Termal Burgo de Osma in the old Renaissance university of Santa Catalina and Castilla Termal Solares whose thermal legacy comes from the Belle Époque.

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Valbuena

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Olmedo

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Burgo de Osma

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Solares

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