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Next to the windmills, Consuegra, Spain
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

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

Thank Joergalgan
Reviewed 21 May 2018 via mobile

The castle and the 12 windmills are absolutely stunning. They are a must see if you are in the area. You can see for miles from the top

Thank peter b
Reviewed 29 April 2018

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

Thank lsor41
Reviewed 19 February 2018

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

2  Thank Vera Y
Reviewed 8 November 2017

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

1  Thank Peter C
Reviewed 7 October 2017

While the castle is not really spectacular (unless you want to attend on the theatre shows in Spanish), the terrace of the castle offers a splendig 360 degree view of the site and you can easily take the best pictures of the wind mills.

Thank Beriker
Reviewed 22 September 2017 via mobile

When visiting the windmills above Consuegra it's also worth visiting the castle. It's being restored and in my view the restoration to date is very good. Unlike most castles, rooms have been restored, some of which are furnished. From the upper walls of the castle...More

Thank RobertJE
Reviewed 30 August 2017

if you are in the area the scenery here will pay you back the visit. The windmills and the castel just next to each other and a possibility of a view from the highest point. the caste is very well preserved and has some informative...More

Thank arrogreed
Reviewed 3 August 2017 via mobile

The castle itself is well maintained considering it is around 920 yrs old. There is a small charge to go in, it is worth it. The climbing is quite doable for most people. My 81 yr young mother with a metal knee managed most of...More

Thank dooobydoo
Reviewed 24 July 2017 via mobile

As a Medieval history geek, I was in absolute dork heaven wandering this castle. I was boring my poor wife to death explaining the various military benefits of the design and how certain sections would have been defended. She's a good sport so she didn't...More

Thank Louis R
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