Santa María la Real Foundation

Our challenge, your challenge

Crea Paisaje brings together the experience of the team of professionals in territorial development of Santa María la Real Foundation We are aware that 38% of the municipalities in Spain are at severe risk of depopulation, and we will not remain passive in the face of this.

What We Do?

You will be supported by the expertise of a team of committed professionals. Their knowledge and active listening will be your compass, to guide and help you in charting the route that will define your territory’s future.


Identification challenges and opportunities

The first stage will be to know the needs of your territory.

Collaborative Innovation

We will analyse the collected information, compare and discuss with you different options.

Action Plan

We will give you a complete roadmap, an action and financing plan that will be the guideline.

Success Stories

We have been working in these territories for over forty years. Our expertise is our best cover letter.

Our History

We started with the rehabilitation of an old monastery in Aguilar de Campoo. We were able to turn it into a development driver and cultural catalyst for the whole area. Today the dream continues. Our Foundation employs more than 250 people, with several care centres for the elderly, employment programs, an employability laboratory, a travel agency, a craft workshop, a publishing house, a museum... and an ever-growing Friends and collaborators network.

North Romanesque

North Romanesque was the starting point of a much bigger plan. It is the core of the territorial intervention plans, our commitment to a model that takes care of heritage. A model that generates territory development, thanks to the involvement of people. Over fifty Romanesque temples in Burgos and Segovia were restored, a brand image was consolidated and the sense of belonging was driven in the territory.

Cultural Landscapes

Success requires striving, focusing on those who have already achieved it, and, above all, keep learning.

Cultural Landscapes in Spain

The website of the Ministry of Culture and Sport allows us to access the experience of different territories that have opted for the concept of Cultural Landscape without leaving our borders.


There are many territories in Europe that are committed to making the concept of cultural landscape a reality. The Highlands in Scotland is certainly one of the best known.

We are counting on you!