The most beautiful towns in Toledo

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As we have been showing you in previous articles, Castilla-La Mancha is a community with much to offer the traveler: incredible natural landscapes, an important historical and cultural heritage, towns of great beauty… Today we return to this area of ​​central Spain to talk to you of the province of Toledo, whose capital is the city of Toledo, which has been declared its Historic City a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Of course, there is much more to see.

What we want to do today in Hard Hobbit To Break is to tell you about the most beautiful towns that can be found in this province where three important cultures have lived together throughout history: the Jewish, the Christian and the Muslim. Of course, we ask for forgiveness in advance for all those municipalities that have remained in the pipeline. Would you like to join us?

Orgaz

Orgaz
First of all, we want to talk about Orgaz, a town with a lot of history. Located in the south of the province, in the Montes de Toledo region, it stands out for its parish church of Santo Tomás Apóstol and for the Condes de Orgaz Castle, in addition to its town old, where you can see the arches of the Villa and the Plaza Mayor. On the other hand, you can not miss the Visigodo Art Museum.


Consuegra

Consuegra
Consuegra, a town of Roman origin at the foot of Cerro Calderico, cannot be missing from this list. The locality highlights the castle, which has an impressive keep, as well as the typical windmills of Castilla-La Mancha. Of its 12 mills, 5 still retain the complete mechanism.

El Toboso

El Toboso
We also want to tell you about El Toboso, a town that is known for being the small homeland of Dulcinea, the beloved of Don Quixote de la Mancha. Its traditional buildings with whitewashed walls stand out, in addition to the Casa de Dulcinea, the convent of Las Trinitraias, the Church of San Antonio Abad and the Miguel de Cervantes cultural center.

Lillo

Lillo
Another town that could not miss on the list is Lillo, which has a rich religious heritage, highlighting the hermitages. Of course, what we like most about this town is that its surroundings are ideal for excursions, and you can find the Laguna de la Albardiosa Nature Reserve nearby.


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About 60 kilometers from the city of Toledo is Tembleque, a typical town in La Mancha. Declared a Site of Cultural Interest for its Plaza Mayor, which is tremendously unique, as it follows the scheme of the ancient pens of comedies, it also stands out for its Plaza de la Orden, the Casa de las Torres and the Casa de Postas.

Ocaña

Ocana
The Plaza Mayor de Ocaña is also surprising, a town with an impressive urban layout medieval, with large mansions, palaces, churches and convents. The parish church of San Juan Bautista, the convent of Santo Domingo, the palace of Cárdenas and the Tower of San Martín stand out, among other buildings of interest.

Maqueda

Maqueda
We continue our tour in Maqueda, which is located in the region of Torrijos. Among the attractions of the town we highlight the Castillo de Vela, which is very well preserved and which today houses the Historical Museum of the Civil Guard.

Step

Step
Finally, we want to tell you about Escalona, ​​a town located on a plateau whose origins date back more than 2,500 years. Its urban complex with a medieval layout is surprising, the Castle being its most important monument. emblematic. Of course, if you have the opportunity to visit the town, you cannot miss the Encarnación convent and the beautiful Plaza Mayor.

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