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Consuegra windmills In the region of La Mancha, on the top of the hill Calderico, you can find one of the most impressive images of Spain, twelve windmills surround a huge fortress making an astonished icon in your mind. History, culture and fiction...more
All reviews la mancha don quixote day trip tourist office worth a stop wind mills great stop gift shop beautiful view in december first stop cooling breeze open to the public cafe bar early in the morning great photo opportunity plaza mayor
Time stands still as you ascend the outcropped hill to the castle and 13 windmills. Do not pass this one by. It is free and exudes Spain as you wander between the windmills. Go in the morning if possible for the best photo light. We...More
A fun stop on your drive from Madrid to Seville. You can drive all the way up the long windy road and park very close to the historic windmills. Great place for photos. They have a small gift shop in one windmill; and a small...More
You can't miss the windmills and castle on the top of the hill as you drive towards Consuegra. You can drive right up to the top, although they had tried to block most of the road when we visited, for what reason we couldn't work...More
You get to this beautiful route when you drive from Toledo to Consuegra. Well worth the detour. If you're a Quijote fans - this route is a must! The windmills in Consuegra - next to the castle - are very well preserved.
The place for a leisurely wander and to watch the sunset over Spain’s “land sea” of La Mancha. Take a moment and just enjoy the much needed cooling breeze and silence, particularly at the end of a scorchingly hot August day. A small cafe at...More
There is a very charming restaurant with lovely terrace/garden called El Cardenal which I would recommend very much for the site and the traditional Mancha cuisine. For a visit of the town or the windmills, I thought you... More
There is a very charming restaurant with lovely terrace/garden called El Cardenal which I would recommend very much for the site and the traditional Mancha cuisine. For a visit of the town or the windmills, I thought you could try the service of evaneos who offer tours "à la carte" with guides and drivers. I used it is Latin America and was very pleased by this solution offering transport and expert advises.