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Discover our villas in Castilla La Mancha
Castilla-La Mancha is a region in the heart of Spain southeast of Madrid. With a holiday home in Castilla-La Mancha, you can look forward to magnificent cities with historical and cultural attractions, surrounded by a unique landscape, where you can find everything from high mountains to the Spanish highlands. Holiday in our villas in Spain are always a hit and many tourists love this beautiful country for it's great year-round climate, delicious cuisine, rich culture and fascinating cities. The people are also hospitable and there is a fascinating cultural heritage to discover. Rent your holiday homes in Castilla-La Mancha and experience this amazing region for yourself!
Culture and cities to explore
Castilla-La Mancha is probably best known for being home to Don Quixote Knight from Miguel de Cervantes famous novel, but here are also many cultural attractions in the many historic cities that you can visit when renting one of our Spain holiday homes in Castilla-La Mancha. Most people know Toledo with its fortress and cathedral, as well as Cuenca with the well-known hanging houses, both of which are listed on UNESCO's World Heritage List. The capital of the region is the city of Toledo, which has had many cultural influences from the Romans, West Gothians and Celts; the city is almost like a museum that tells the story of all the cultures which have inhabited it!
Visit lovely towns from your Spain villas in Castilla La Mancha
Cuenca is surrounded by natural beauty and boasts architecture dating back to the 12th century. From 'Plaza Mayor' you are within easy reach of a number of attractions such as the Old Town Hall, the Convento de las Petras monastery, the palace and the hanging houses. In addition to the two unique cities of Cuenca and Toledo, you will find Ciudad Real and Guadalajara; both offering even more Spanish history and cultural attractions. Renting holiday homes and apartments in Spain in Castilla-La Mancha, you can look forward to magnificent cultural and historical attractions, as well as a lot of cosy towns where one can slow down and savour the simple pleasures of life.
Unique nature in Castilla-La Mancha
The region contains a part of the Spanish highlands having natural borders at the mountain ranges 'Serranía de Cuenca' in the north to 'Sierra Morena' in the south. This scenic region has one of the highest number of officially protected natural areas in Europe. There are two national parks - 'Tablas de Daimiel' and 'Cabañeros' - and a number of nature reserves and nature parks for you to explore whilst self-catering Spain. In these parks you will find impressive geological formations and large waterfalls. From your Spanish holiday homes in Castilla-La Mancha you can easily explore these natural areas and enjoy some unique experiences that are sure to stay with you long after you’ve left.
Year-round holidays in Castilla La Mancha
The climate of Castilla-La Mancha is one of the warmest in Spain. The climate of the region is characterized by the Mediterranean climate, but without the sea's influence, as the region has no coast. During the hot summer months temperatures can reach up to 35°C and the region is one of the driest in Spain. In the winter months, however, it will also be colder than much of Spain. Here the temperature can fall below 0°C in the coldest periods and you even have the chance to see the landscape turn into a white and snowy terrain. By choosing to stay in our self-catering holiday homes in Castilla-La Mancha you will have access to a magnificent part of Europe and you will undoubtedly have a fantastic experience.
Local specialties and delicacies to try
Castilla-La Mancha is known for its traditions and this also extends to the kitchen. The world-famous 'La Alcarria' honey is the basis for many recipes in the region. Many of the dishes consist of meat, such as mutton and lamb, goat and beef, but Mediterranean fish also characterize some of the regional specialties. For a real taste of the Spanish cuisine of Castilla La Mancha, then we would suggest dining in one of the eateries off the beaten track. In Castilla La Mancha a large proportion of Spanish wines, olives, sunflowers and wheat are produced. If you have chosen to rent our villas in Spain near Toledo, you should definitely not miss the famous Mariposa from Toledo.
Holiday homes in Castilla-La Mancha
At NOVASOL you can rent both simple and luxurious holiday homes and apartments in Spain with everything you could need for a wonderful holiday. For example, you can rent a holiday home with a private pool and view or a simple holiday apartment near town centres. When you choose self-catering holiday homes or apartments, you decide how to spend your days - whether on the terrace in the sun or with hiking boots in the scenic surroundings! Rent your holiday homes in Castilla-La Mancha with NOVASOL and have a great holiday in Spain.