This quaint village located in the San Juan de la Peña Cultural Park knows how to showcase its mountain style.
The hamlet is built around a main street, and features several examples of outstanding architecture, including “Casa Juan”, which dates back to 1551, and the 18th-century “Casa Simón”.
Many of the buildings have fireplaces, so the outsides of the homes feature “chamineras”, or chimneys in the style of a truncated cone crowned by an “espantabrujas”, a traditional way of protecting homes from evil spirits.
The Romanesque Parish Church of San Esteban, and its two nearby chapels, Santa María (11th century), and Santa Isabel (12th century), also speak of a rich medieval past.
Centenero celebrates its annual festival on September 2nd.