La Inmaculada Concepción Parish Church - Soto del Real
It is accessible through a medieval bridge. The construction origin seems to be previous to the 16th century, when the old church is substituted by a new one, preserving only the tower. The walls are masonry built at the naves and tower, and ashlars at the head with rubblework reinforcements at the edges and external buttresses. The naves are from a posterior construction, probably from the 18th century. The square ground plan tower shows two bodies clearly defined, having the upper one a slightly smaller ground plan. The Baroque major altarpiece is from 1749, walnut wooden made without polychrome and golden decorations. Its engraving is a high quality art work.
Medieval Bridge - Soto del Real
It is situated at the village center and saves the Chozas Stream, giving access to the Church. It is granite masonry built and has just one span with a slightly pointed arch.
Los Once Ojos Bridge - Soto del Real
It is one of the large viaducts which were built to resolve the Sierra de Guadarrama passage. It presents eleven round arches spans built with concrete vaults, and a polygonal masonry trimming platform, the characteristic stone work of the zone.