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The south-western European region of Castilla-La Mancha in sunny Spain is a fantastic holiday destination, known for its beautiful, unique monuments, windmills, diverse towns, gorgeous, natural landscapes and vineyards – with more than half of Spain’s vineyards in the region!

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The south-western European region of Castilla-La Mancha in sunny Spain is a fantastic holiday destination, known for its beautiful, unique monuments, windmills, diverse towns, gorgeous, natural landscapes and vineyards – with more than half of Spain’s vineyards in the region!

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The region is one of the most sparsely populated of Spain’s autonomous communities and is rarely busy with crowds of tourists – the perfect relaxed getaway to a beautiful but quiet destination.

In central Spain, Castilla-La Mancha boasts some incredible natural beauties, with over 320,000 hectares of natural parks, national parks and nature reserves. Four brilliant archeological parks can be found scattered here too, home to ruins from the Bronze Age. A trip to Castilla-La Mancha promises many adventures in its UNESCO sites and gorgeous, unspoiled landscapes, from dramatic gorges to imposing mountains.

The region is divided into five provinces; Albacete, Ciudad Real, Cuenca, Guadalajara and Toledo – home to Castilla-La Mancha’s historic capital of the same name. The city and UNESCO Heritage Site of Toledo sits beautifully above the Tagus River, with its roots dating back to the Roman times. The city is easily accessible from Madrid, offering an idyllic day trip through its cobbled streets. Toledo Cathedral is an impressive landmark here certainly worth visiting.

Cuenca province is another fantastic area of the region, notably home to the highest mountains in Castilla-La Mancha. As one of the least populated regions in Europe, a tranquil visit here is promised – the town itself is another UNESCO World Heritage Site. From its historic art to gorgeous thermal baths, the province promises a day of relaxation.

The region’s continentalized Mediterranean climate sees typically extreme seasonal temperatures, with the hottest months of July and August enjoying temperatures soaring up to an incredible 33*C. Throughout the seasons, Castilla-La Mancha offers a dreamy Spanish escape, filled with culture and spectacular sceneries – away from the hustle and bustle of bordering tourist hotspots.

 

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