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Outdoor activities in Castilla-La Mancha
Find and book ecotourism, adventure and outdoor sustainable tourism activities in Castilla La-Mancha

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A few of our most amazing activities
Medium los chorros principiantes riopar albacete
Caving for beginners in Los Chorros cave (Riópar)
Speleology
Riópar, Albacete, Spain
Guided activity. 4 hours approx.
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Canyoning in Cuenca: Ventano del Diablo
Canyoning
Villalba de la Sierra, Cuenca, Spain
Guided activity. 2 hours approx.
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Venta de la Inés and Minas del Horcajo (Cuidad Real)
Ethno-tourism
Interpretive Trails
Fuencaliente, Ciudad Real, Spain
Guided activity. 5 hours approx.
Medium aguas tranquilas yeste pirag%c3%bcismo
Kayaking and hostel stay in Yeste (Albacete)
Kayak
Yeste, Albacete, Spain
Guided activity. 2 days
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Geobotanical guided walk: Cuenca city and its canyons
Wildlife
Flora | Mycology
Cuenca, Cuenca, Spain
Guided activity. 2 hours approx.
Medium mundo1
Birdwatching at the source of río Mundo and Cañada de los Mojones (Albacete)
Birdwatching
Riópar, Albacete, Spain
Guided activity. 8 hours approx.
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Bungee jumping in sierra de Alcaraz (Albacete)
Bungee jumping
Albacete, Albacete, Spain
Guided activity. 4 hours approx.
Medium horcajo
Our mining past: mines of Horcajo (Ciudad Real)
Interpretive Trails
Almodóvar del Campo, Ciudad Real, Spain
Guided activity. 3 days
Medium los chorros principiantes riopar albacete
Caving for beginners in Los Chorros cave (Riópar)
Speleology
Riópar, Albacete, Spain
Guided activity. 4 hours approx.
Medium gopr2353
Canyoning in Cuenca: Ventano del Diablo
Canyoning
Villalba de la Sierra, Cuenca, Spain
Guided activity. 2 hours approx.
Medium imgp0125
Venta de la Inés and Minas del Horcajo (Cuidad Real)
Ethno-tourism
Interpretive Trails
Fuencaliente, Ciudad Real, Spain
Guided activity. 5 hours approx.
Medium aguas tranquilas yeste pirag%c3%bcismo
Kayaking and hostel stay in Yeste (Albacete)
Kayak
Yeste, Albacete, Spain
Guided activity. 2 days
Medium  30
Geobotanical guided walk: Cuenca city and its canyons
Wildlife
Flora | Mycology
Cuenca, Cuenca, Spain
Guided activity. 2 hours approx.
Medium mundo1
Birdwatching at the source of río Mundo and Cañada de los Mojones (Albacete)
Birdwatching
Riópar, Albacete, Spain
Guided activity. 8 hours approx.
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Bungee jumping in sierra de Alcaraz (Albacete)
Bungee jumping
Albacete, Albacete, Spain
Guided activity. 4 hours approx.
Medium horcajo
Our mining past: mines of Horcajo (Ciudad Real)
Interpretive Trails
Almodóvar del Campo, Ciudad Real, Spain
Guided activity. 3 days

More outdoor activities in Castilla-La Mancha
Medium ferrata de priego
Via ferrata in family, Priego (Cuenca)
Climb | Rappel | Via Ferrata
Priego, Cuenca, Spain
Guided activity. 2 hours approx.
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Circular route of the Hayedo de Tejera Negra (Guadalajara, Castilla-La Mancha)
Interpretive Trails
Geotourism
Tamajón, Guadalajara, Spain
Guided activity. 3 hours approx.
Medium caminos 1
Nature and cave paintings: La Sierpe and Peña Escrita (Fuencaliente, Ciudad Real)
Geotourism
Ethno-tourism
Fuencaliente, Ciudad Real, Spain
Guided activity. 5 hours approx.
Medium barranco los marines
Canyoning in Los Marines (Yeste)
Canyoning
Yeste, Albacete, Spain
Guided activity. 5 hours approx.
Medium llanos2
Birdwatching in los Llanos de Albacete: Dotterels and steppeland birds
Birdwatching
Chinchilla de Montearagón, Albacete, Spain
Guided activity. 6 hours approx.
Medium barranquismo alojamiento albacete
Canyoning and hostel stay in Albacete
Canyoning
Yeste, Albacete, Spain
Guided activity. 2 days
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Visit the Quixote collection - Available in almost all languages
Interpretive Trails
Pedro Muñoz, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
Guided activity. 1 hour approx.
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Ornithological route in Valle de Alcudia y Sierra Madrona (Ciudad Real)
Interpretive Trails
Birdwatching
Solana del Pino, Ciudad Real, Spain
Guided activity. 5 hours approx.
Medium ferrata de priego
Via ferrata in family, Priego (Cuenca)
Climb | Rappel | Via Ferrata
Priego, Cuenca, Spain
Guided activity. 2 hours approx.
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Circular route of the Hayedo de Tejera Negra (Guadalajara, Castilla-La Mancha)
Interpretive Trails
Geotourism
Tamajón, Guadalajara, Spain
Guided activity. 3 hours approx.
Medium caminos 1
Nature and cave paintings: La Sierpe and Peña Escrita (Fuencaliente, Ciudad Real)
Geotourism
Ethno-tourism
Fuencaliente, Ciudad Real, Spain
Guided activity. 5 hours approx.
Medium barranco los marines
Canyoning in Los Marines (Yeste)
Canyoning
Yeste, Albacete, Spain
Guided activity. 5 hours approx.
Medium llanos2
Birdwatching in los Llanos de Albacete: Dotterels and steppeland birds
Birdwatching
Chinchilla de Montearagón, Albacete, Spain
Guided activity. 6 hours approx.
Medium barranquismo alojamiento albacete
Canyoning and hostel stay in Albacete
Canyoning
Yeste, Albacete, Spain
Guided activity. 2 days
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Visit the Quixote collection - Available in almost all languages
Interpretive Trails
Pedro Muñoz, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
Guided activity. 1 hour approx.
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Ornithological route in Valle de Alcudia y Sierra Madrona (Ciudad Real)
Interpretive Trails
Birdwatching
Solana del Pino, Ciudad Real, Spain
Guided activity. 5 hours approx.

Castilla-La Mancha: ecotourism paradise
Castilla-La Mancha is famous for its nature, its historical heritage and for being the setting for the adventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha.
 
If you do tourism in Castilla-La Mancha you will get a unique experience , because this destination unites history, natural heritage and literature with so much charm that you will seem to go back in time. Through their land passed Iberians, Romans, Visigoths, Muslims and Christians leaving traces of their passage that today can enjoy the tourist.
 
However, tourism in Castilla-La Mancha is not only carried out on its historical heritage ; its natural heritage is another of the wonders that populate the community.
 
Jewels such as those of the Las Tablas de Daimiel National Park, the Lagunas de Ruidera Natural Park, the Hayedo de Tejera Negra Natural Park or the Alto Tajo Natural Park are just some examples. It is not surprising that Castilla-La Mancha is considered one of the European territories with more Nature Reserves, National Parks and Natural Parks.
 
There are many options for tourists who want to know this community , and that every corner of Castilla-La Mancha deserves to be seen at least once in life.
6 reasons to enjoy sustainable tourism in Castilla-La Mancha
# 6 Landscapes full of charm
 
One of the most striking and curious scenarios of the country resides in Cuenca; and is none other than the Enchanted City of the Natural Park of the Serrania de Cuenca.
Thanks to the thousands of years of the action of water, wind and ice, we can admire a landscape full of history with its strange geological formations that resemble giant mushrooms.
 
Another place that deserves a mention are the Cabriel River Chorreras, perfect for a summer bath, or the Natural Park of the Alcudia Valley and Sierra Madrona, where myths and legends crop up.
 
 
# 5 Cities that combine nature and history
 
We can not forget the importance it has had in the Castilla-La Mancha history, and proof of this is the amount of historical heritage that the cities of Toledo and Cuenca have.
 
But it is not only historical heritage that stands out in these provinces. One of the most dazzling landscapes of the community is in Toledo; the Barrancas de Castrejón y Calaña. Its slight resemblance to the Canyon of the Colorado makes it one of the most curious places of Castilla-La Mancha. The impressive cliffs of Cuenca, with its Hanging Houses, are not far behind either.
 
 
# 4 Births of rivers of photography
 
Possibly, the birth of the Cuervo River is one of the most spectacular and beautiful river births in Spain. Within the Serranía de Cuenca you can appreciate how this river rises from the mountain, falling in different grooves, forming a series of waterfalls framed by green moss. The image that remains as a result seems surreal.
 
Another of the incredible births that Castilla-La Mancha has is the River Mundo, the main tributary of the Segura River, which was born in the Calar del Mundo (Sierra de Alcaraz).
 
 
# 3 A paradise for ornithologists
 
Castilla-La Mancha is dotted with natural paradises that are an authentic oasis for birds and have different figures of protection (for something will be). Among them we find the Tablas de Daimiel National Park, in Ciudad Real, a key wetland in the Castilian geography for many birds that choose it as a habitat throughout the year and others that make it a migration point.
 
Other examples are the Cabañeros National Park, in Toledo, the Tablas de Daimiel or the Natural Park of the Lagunas de Ruidera, in Ciudad Real, or the Serranía de Cuenca Natural Park. And you have many more to choose from, each with its charms.
 
 
# 2 Sustainable tourism
 
There is no better way to make sustainable tourism than to travel through small towns and eat its gastronomy, talk with its people and soak up their culture and buy local artisan products.
 
For the local people, life in the villages brings peace and tranquility, although often it also distances them from other opportunities to develop economically.
 
Go to these towns and give them life: help them grow in a fair way and discover another perspective of the interior of Castilla-La Mancha.
 
 
# 1 The giants on the hill
 
The first image that comes to mind when naming Castilla-La Mancha are its extensive fields and the mills that Don Quixote faced, believing that he fought against giants.
 
In the well-known Mountain range of the Mills we can see a ten of them raised on a hill, the Hill of the Peace, guarding the endless plains of La Mancha. Thanks to the conservation work carried out, we can still visit one that maintains its original structure and machinery.
 
Another place where you can see windmills is in Alcázar de San Juan, and finish the visit with a walk through the Natural Reserve of the Lagunar Complex, where many aquatic birds meet.
 
"He who reads a lot and walks a lot, sees a lot and knows a lot", words of Miguel de Cervantes that we seconded.
 
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