What it’s like to live in Mojados, Valladolid: Ker2000 guide

Living in Mojados, Valladolid.

Are you considering moving to Mojados or simply curious about what life is like in this locality? At Ker2000, one of the leading real estate agencies in Mojados, we present our guide with everything you need to know about living in Mojados. We will take you by the hand to discover why so many people choose this special place to establish their home. Get ready to fall in love!

Video Presentation of Mojados

Learn all about Mojados thanks to this documentary aired on La 8 Valladolid:

Interesting Information about Mojados

Mojados, prominent within the province of Valladolid in Castile and León, has developed sustainably and enjoys an enviable location on the banks of the Cega River, surrounded by lush pine forests of the negral and albar varieties. Among these, the historic communal pine forests of Albosancho and Cobatilla stand out. The town also boasts charming urban parks and gardens, such as those of Chorrero and Príncipe Felipe.

Located just 26 kilometers from Valladolid, the village sits at 718 meters above sea level and covers an area of 46.02 km². It is surrounded by several neighboring municipalities, including La Pedraja de Portillo, Aldea de San Miguel, Megeces, Alcazarén, and Matapozuelos.


These are the main festivities in Mojados:

  • San Antonio Festivities: on June 13, popular game competitions and a procession with the image of the saint are organized.
  • Community Day: on September 8, a Pilgrimage to the Hermitage of Luguillas is celebrated alongside a traditional charitable paella.
  • Fiesta of the Brotherhood of the Holy Christ: celebrated on September 14.
  • Virgin of the Rosary Festivities: celebrated on the first Sunday of October, coinciding with its bullfighting festivals.


In the locality of Mojados, summers are pleasant and sunny, ideal for enjoying the outdoors, with temperatures ranging from warm to moderate. Winters, although cold, are bearable and mostly cloudy, offering a serene landscape. Throughout the year, the temperature generally varies from a cool 1 °C to a comfortable 30 °C, rarely dropping below -4 °C or exceeding 35 °C, making Mojados a place with quite a pleasant climate and suitable for various activities in all seasons.

We leave you the current weather of Mojados so you can get an idea:


The municipality of Mojados has experienced a significant demographic growth from the last years of the 20th century to the present, mainly influenced by its proximity to Valladolid and the expansion of urban developments.

In this table extracted from the INE, you can see this growth reflected:

Real Estate Market

In Mojados, the real estate market stands out for offering attractive and diverse opportunities for buyers and investors. According to data from RealAdvisor, the average price per square meter in the area is 948 € for flats and 760 € for houses. Its market has experienced a healthy growth of 1.7% in prices over the last year, showing a positive and stable trend. This increase reflects not only the quality of the available properties but also the robustness and dynamism of the real estate market in Mojados, making it an ideal place to settle or invest in properties in Valladolid.

For more information or to explore housing options in Mojados, do not hesitate to contact us, where our expert team is ready to assist you at every step of your real estate journey.

History of Mojados

Historically, Mojados received its first charter in 1176 from the hands of Alfonso VIII, becoming a royal villa. From the 12th to the 19th century, it was part of the domain of the Bishop of Segovia, who resided in his episcopal palace in Mojados and had stables on the current Barrionuevo street, where the jurisdictional Rollo of the Villa was originally located. The village of Luguillas, incorporated in 1209, eventually became uninhabited. The Disentailment of Mendizábal in 1837 led to the sale of ecclesiastical properties, including the episcopal palace, and reorganized the area administratively, integrating Mojados into the province of Valladolid and its diocese.

Mojados Square (early 20th century)
Mojados Square (early 20th century)

What to See in Mojados

Mojados, a town full of history and architectural beauty, invites us to explore its treasures. Here we present a selection of its most emblematic places, each with its own history and charm.

Church of San Juan

The “monumental jewel” of Mojados, this 13th-14th century temple is a prominent example of Mudejar art. With a slender single nave structure, pointed vaults and buttresses, the interior reveals Hispano-Flemish frescoes and a baptismal font. Its apse is one of the most elegant in Castilian Mudejar. The church, previously with whitewashed walls, now displays its original brick, an essential feature of Mudejar. Its historic bell tower and the 1994 restoration that revealed its hidden artistic values, make the Church of San Juan a must-visit for lovers of Mudejar art.

Church of Santa María

A 14th-century Mudejar temple with renovations culminating in the 15th century. It has three naves, a typical structure for significant buildings, with robust cylindrical pillars and large semicircular arches. The main chapel is distinguished by its pointed barrel vault with transverse arches, and the sacristy by its barrel vault with lunettes. The high choir and the lower choir are covered with 16th-century plaster vaults. The Gothic main portal and the bricked-up side door add unique historical elements. The apse, plastered and adorned with arches and panels, is especially interesting. The temple walls combine masonry and brick, showing the duality of its construction. The square tower houses four historic bells, reflecting the cultural and architectural richness of the building.

Mojados Town Hall

Notable for its architecture with a 19th-century turret and clock, originally in the Church of Santa María, this historic building has served as a town hall, butcher shop, jail, and school. After being destroyed by fire in 1956, it was rebuilt in 1957, losing part of its original elegance, but retaining its historical and social importance in the community.

House of Count Patilla

Built at the end of the 15th century in the plaza of Santa María, this historic residence has passed through notable hands, including descendants of Juan Ponce de León, colonizer of Puerto Rico. With a rich history of owners including a knight of the Order of Santiago and prominent locals, the house has been a center of nobility and prestige, notable for its extensive grounds that included a dovecote, rabbit warren, orchard, and cellar.

Hermitage of Cristo del Humilladero

This 17th-century hermitage, built with an impressive combination of stone and brick, is notable for its beautiful outdoor crosses, which form part of its Way of the Cross, adding artistic and spiritual value to the site.

Hermitage of Our Lady of Luguillas

A 17th-century Baroque building, known for its elegant belfry and the frescoes in its dressing room. Located on the banks of the Cega River, its natural surroundings add a special charm, merging art, history, and scenic beauty.

Old Bridge of Mojados

Built in 1575 by Juan de Nantes by order of Philip II, this historic bridge was part of the main communication network from Valladolid to other Castilian cities. With six arches, cutwaters, and angular spurs, the bridge reflects the importance of Mojados in the trade and travel routes of the time. Despite sinkings and legal disputes, it was finally completed in 1877 by Mariano Cubero, becoming a symbol of local engineering and history.

Fountain of Caño

Located next to the Old Bridge, this historic fountain provided fresh and delicious water from the Navafría payment. It was essential for the community, quenching the thirst of travelers and farmers, and serving as a watering place for animals. It included a rectangular washing area that eventually fell into disuse, transforming into a natural pond inhabited by amphibians.

Every corner of Mojados is a chapter in the rich history of Spain, offering visitors a window into the past through its impressive architectural and cultural legacy.

Map and Services of Mojados

Basic Services: Mojados has basic services like a medical clinic and a fire station.

Education: In the educational sector, Mojados boasts the Los Patitos de Noma Early Childhood Education School, the CEIP Tierra de Pinares, the IESO Ribera del Cega, and adult education programs, ensuring a complete educational offering from childhood to adulthood.

Transport: The L03 bus line, efficiently connects the town with Íscar and Valladolid, facilitating both daily commutes and occasional visits. In addition, Mojados operates taxi services and demand-responsive transport, ideal for those seeking greater flexibility in their travels.

Cultural Facilities: The town has cultural facilities such as a municipal library, museum, theater or auditorium, bullring, etc.

Sporting Facilities: Its list of sports facilities includes a gym, football field, golf course, indoor swimming pool, paddle court, tennis court, and an athletics track, among many others.

Photo of Mojados.

Where to Eat and Sleep

Accommodation in Mojados

In Mojados, you can find the 2-star Alpes Hostel/Restaurant. Among its amenities are: acceptance of credit cards, air conditioning, access to public transport, bar-cafe, heating, garage, parking, a central location, and television in the rooms. It is the perfect place for those seeking comfort and convenience in the center of Mojados.


El Cossio Restaurant Asador

El Gallo Rojo

EL Palomar

At Ker2000, we hope this guide has brought you closer to the essence of Mojados, a place rich in history, culture, and nature. If you are considering living in Mojados or have simply been captivated by this charming corner of Castile and León, our team is ready to help you take the next step towards your new home. Contact us and discover what Mojados has to offer!

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