Discover what to see in Montes de Toledo. Nature offers you a lot of landscapes and places that will make your senses reach maximum pleasure.
Cordel del Marchés. Cañada Real Segoviana
San Pablo de los Montes
A charming small town located in the Montes de Toledo of about two thousand inhabitants, one hundred square miles in area where you can find traces of Roman iron mines of the second century BC and settlements Visigoth
Tío Mairero mill
Cabañeros National Park
One of the 15 National Parks located in Spain. Its area is close to 45,000 hectares within which you can find some animal species in danger of extinction such as the ibex, the imperial eagle and the black vulture. You can also look at this amazing place, particular flora among which there are also species that are protected by their scarcity as birch or yew.
Santa María de Melque hermitage. VIIth century.
An iconic shrine that takes us to the dark ages, an example of the Roman world with characteristic elements also Syrian and Jordanian buildings. Before the Islamic conquest, the chapel was part of a great monastery in the seventh century.
A majestic and mysterious Templar castle located on the bank of the Tagus river and elevation during the time of the Reconquista that you can visit during your stay in El Capricho de Los Montes.
Toledo, the city of three cultures
Toledo is certainly one of the most historic cities in Spain, and the mix of different cultures that lived during the time she has left a cultural legacy unparalleled. Known as the “Imperial City” and as “the city of three cultures” to have been inhabited for years by Christians, Jews and Muslims. World Heritage Site since 1986, with a population of about 84,000 inhabitants, the second largest city in the province and an area of 232 square kilometers.
A set of twelve mills mark the horizon in La Mancha Toledo. A group of mills of great beauty.