Santa Marina Virgen y Mártir Parish Church – Alameda del Valle
Its construction starts at the 16th century and earns important repairs at the 18th century. The most remarkable are the awesome two-part bell tower, the major chapel and the two church entrances facades, especially the Plateresque one arisen in the 18th century improvements. The walls are masonry made with ashlars piers at the angles, and buttresses at the head part.
Santa Ana Chapel- Alameda del Valle
In the municipal area of Alameda del Valle and about 3 km from the center, is located the 18th century and well preserved Santa Ana Chapel. It is a modest chapel, with a rectangular ground plan and a gable roof. It is built on stone without mortar filling, with ashlars piers at the corners. In the interior there was a Santa Ana Romanesque sculpture from the 11th – 13th century, which is nowadays located at the village church.
Majada del Cojo Refuge
It is located at about 1.700 m of altitude and 7 km from Alameda del Valle, close to La Morcuera Pass. It is a simple construction built in the 20th century, taking advantage of the mountain gradient and made with the zone materials. At its origin it was the forest guard residence. Nowadays it is closed.
Multifunctional Tourist Diffusion Lecture Hall (Aula Polivalente de Difusión Turística)
The Multifunctional Tourist Diffusion Lecture Hall is located at slightly 200 m from the village entrance, in a singular building used years ago as The School of the village. It lodges part of the municipal collection of decorative arts and traditional crafts, a topographic scale model (with the different natural itineraries of the municipality), and three scale models of the most relevant buildings of the village, environment photography and explanatory boards’ related to traditional agriculture and crafts.
Interpretive Center of the Traditional Life (Centro de Interpretación de la Vida Tradicional)
The Lozoya High Valley Interpretive Center of the Traditional Life is a facility especially devoted to the local traditions. Its space counts with three floors and lodges part of the municipal collection of decorative arts and traditional crafts. It counts as well with explanatory boards and old pictures to help the visitor to understand the formerly life.