Things to do
Talavera de la Reina
Located in the plains of the Tajo and Alberche rivers, Talavera de la Reina has been famous for centuries for its pottery. In addition, it is the main population of the province of Toledo. The most outstanding monuments of the city are the Santa Catalina bridge; the 17th century Baroque Archbishop's palace, located in Plaza del Pan, the nerve center of life for people from Talavera; or the Cervantes school, with a Renaissance cover.
Toledo is one of the Spanish cities with the greatest monumental wealth. Known as "city of the three cultures", due to the coexistence for centuries of Christians, Arabs and Jews, Toledo preserves behind its walls an artistic and cultural legacy in the form of churches, palaces, fortresses, mosques and synagogues. This great diversity of artistic styles turns the old town of the capital of Castilla - La Mancha into a true open-air museum, a fact that has allowed its declaration as a World Heritage Site.
It is the first population of homo sapiens in Ávila. It is an ancient city where there are remains of cave paintings and also a Celtic fort called "El Raso", which originated 4,500 years ago and disappeared in the 1st century BC. It had 300 houses and 1,500 inhabitants for an area of 20 Hectares. The remains found in the necropolis are Romans and Visigoths.
Ruta del Quijote
Pantano de Cazalegas
Puy du Fou
Route 1: Castillo de Escalona - Castillo de Maqueda - Talavera de la Reina - Castillo de Oropesa.
Route 2: Toledo - Castillo de Guadamur - Castillo de Montalbán - Fortalezas de los Montes de Toledo.
Route 3: Castillo de Mora de Toledo - Castillo de Consuegra - Castillo de Orgaz.
The property is perfectly acclimatized for all tastes, needs, and plans. Here we show you a list of the activities and facilities that we offer inside and outside the property.
Hiking & outdoor activities:
Hiking Sierra de Gredos
Puerto del Pico
Descent Barranco el Gargantón
Dehesa del Carrizal
Bow and arrow
Fishing (Carp, Tenka)
Quads and Bicycle