Castilla La Mancha


Information about Castilla La Mancha

       

Regional capital : Toledo

Departments / Counties of Castilla La Mancha

Flag Department Capital
Albacete Albacete
Ciudad Real Ciudad Real
Cuenca Cuenca
Guardalajara Guardalajara
Toledo Toledo

The nation’s third-largest region is also one of its quietest. Castilla-La Mancha not only has Spain’s lowest population density, but it sees fewer tourists than any region outside Navarra. Located on a windswept but fertile plateau known as La Meseta, this is the land where Cervantes set the fictional journeys of Don Quijote. Reminders of the so-called ‘ingenious gentleman of La Mancha’ and his often-hilarious escapades resonate everywhere. With the tome under your arm, you can plan your own unhurried, hopefully less quixotic adventures amid old-fashioned windmills, Crusader-era castles, expansive vineyards (La Mancha grows more vines than any other region in the world) and enough Quijote museums, statues and plazas to fill a small guidebook.

Elsewhere, the dramatic river gorges that slice sporadically through the Meseta have provided strategic sites for ancient cities. Toledo and Cuenca both offer spectacular history lessons amid winding narrow lanes, multifaith religious monuments and weighty art.

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