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All reviews don quixote la mancha the bus tourist office worth a stop wind mills great stop gift shop beautiful view in december first stop open to the public cafe bar early in the morning great photo opportunity plaza mayor sunny day
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Reviewed July 20, 2013

We went by windmills two times- day and evening. Charming, beautiful, increadible. Many places are must in the world, the windmills are for those who want something different than just a touristic thing.

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Reviewed July 9, 2013 via mobile

Went late afternoon and had picnic by the windmills with the Spanish plains below. The last tourist bus had just left so we were alone with the wind and the scenery.
However didn't have time to visit the castle - which I wasn't upset by.

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Reviewed June 24, 2013

There is something absolutely magical about coming through a little Manchega town and suddenly finding yourself looking out over a ridge in the outskirts, a ridge lined with windmills of an era, long ago. For any lover of Spanish history, Spanish literature, and Spanish art, and with a half-decent camera - really, you must take a drive somewhat off the beaten track.... find Consuegra, it doesn't matter if it's morning or afternoon, and stand up on the windy ridge - close your eyes and see in your mind Don Quixote y Sancho Panza - arguing about something as they tread along that ridge, under the watchful eyes of those windmills. Splendid.

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Reviewed April 20, 2013

This place takes you back in time! We saw the windmills during the day but also stayed to see the sunset and at night! Stunning!
The only thing we hated was the heavy winds on the day we were there, with off and on thunderstorms, but it did give a unique look to the windmills!

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Reviewed April 19, 2013

On an incredibly windy April day we were very nearly the only people at this amazing place to see windmills. We had previously been to Campo de Criptana to see the windmills there, but these are in a much wilder location and much better. We walked all over the site and took some great photographs. The views from the highest windmill are wonderful. Well worth the trip out there.

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