Most Romanesque buildings in Besaya and Campˇo are one-nave churches originally covered with wood. As years went by, these were being built with groin vaults as is the case of the church of Retortillo. It is worth remarking the capitals of its pointed triumphal arches inside, representing scenes of tournaments.
Place:
  Retortillo
Period of art:
  Romanesque
Date:
  Late 12th century.
Author:
  It has been linked with the masters of Aguilar de Campˇo (Palencia).