Redecilla is the first town in Castilla y León along the Camino Francés and was an important stop along the way during the 12th century, when two pilgrim hospices cared for pilgrims. One of them, San Lázaro, lends its name to the municipal albergue. The gem of Redecilla is the Romanesque baptismal font in the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Calle. There is a tourist information office here, remarkable given the size of the town but easily explained by its location.
San Roque is celebrated on the 16th of August.