Castilla–La Mancha has a range of cultural, nature and gastronomic activities that makes it a special place to live. Did you think these lands, universally known because of the adventures of Don Quixote, were merely plains plough through roads and railways, crossing the centre of the Iberian Peninsula?
Castilla-La Mancha is waiting for you… come and enjoy it!
Castilla–La Mancha has a rich historic and cultural heritage. In fact, there are up to five sites which have been declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO:
Not only does Castilla-La Mancha offers a great cultural heritage, but it also has an extraordinary natural and landscape wealth. Its settings invite to active tourism such as hiking, cycling, house routes, 4×4 routes, canyoning or caving. The visitor will even enjoy the cloudless skies. The national parks of, Cabañeros and Tablas de Daimiel, have unique characteristics; they both are an example of the collective effort on preserving and defending these singular natural spaces. In fact, their preservation is put ahead of other interests.
Castilla-La Mancha has top quality, worldwide known food, used by our renowned chefs.
The biggest vineyard in the world produces great wines and liquors, as well as offering beautiful wineries for wine tourism.
The combination of food and drinks makes up for a great opportunity to enjoy the vast gastronomy offer of the region.