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I stopped by Consuegra to visit the famous Quijote windmills, and found this wonderful 12th century Templar Castle as a bonus to the visit. If you've stopped to check out the windmills, it's definitely worth doing a quick visit to the castle as well. Perched...More
Climb up the castle worth visiting in August and attend the Christians and Moros fiesta. Real cool and breathtaking of the village, surroundings and wind mills.
Good for the family with children to run free!
We stopped off here en-route from Toledo to Granada. Never read Cervantes, don't know much about Don Quixote or Pancho Sanza but thought it was worth the diversion which it was. Very few people looking around the Castle apart from a school party of about...More
If you are fond of history, unique places, or Miguel de Cervantes visiting this place is definitely recommended. It is a short ride from Toledo (about 20-30 minutes) on a rather empty highway and through a quaint little town - ending up on a scenic...More
Over the course of my time living in Spain, this (and the windmills) were always on the short list of places to visit. It is a nice day trip from Madrid. Everyone found the castille interesting and loved that it is in the process of...More
The view is good. But the public facility is really horrible, especially the restroom. The only restroom is beside the entrance of the castle, one for women and one for men. Interestingly, the locker for women’s room is broken, but the men‘s is good. Apparently,...More
The Castillo is next to and an integral part of a visit to the Windmills. You don't *have* to go there, but if you are in the area, why not?
It's being progressively restored, and I can imagine that when it's eventually finished it will...More