A few days ago I found this in a library travel guide, as “magic” es mis favorite adjectives, I took it home hoping to discover great places in it, Precious, Special. And the truth is that after you read it to me whole I feel a little cheated. No me malinterpreteis, This guide does contain corner of Castilla y León very deserving of being visited, I simply had not defined as “Magic”.

I've been looking online guide trying to figure out your price, but I could not find. Yes Will you animaros también the buscarla, is part of a collection of Library La Posada and the Castile and Leon del Duero entitled Guidelines published in 2008.

Magical corners of Castilla and Leon picks, provincia a provincia, places not known for tourism but have that special beauty of the authentic, lo natural, sites where the hand of man is not appreciated to exploit for tourism. To reach the majority of them will need a map and a car, but it sure worth it. The guide also contains several photos of each place, a brief indication of directions and, course, unacompleta explanation of the history of the place, Things to see and do there.

What if you find either the guide and I'd like to visit some “magic corner” autonomous community of this great, I leave the index, and you can find internet sites (the ask, clear):

ÁVILA:

  • The Adrada: Garganta de los Molinos.
  • Bonilla de la Sierra: Historic Ensemble.
  • Candeleda: Chilla Sanctuary.
  • Cuevas del Valle: Roman.
  • Hoyos del Espino: Laguna de Gredos.
  • Navalsauz: Ports and Pico de Menga.
  • Poyales del Hoyo: Throat Arbillas.
  • El Raso: El Raso.
  • The tremble: Toros Guisando.
  • Villaviciosa: Castro Ulaca.

BURGOS:

  • Albacastro: Las Loras.
  • Encío: Montes Obarenses.
  • Frias: Molinar River Hoz.
  • Eye Guarenya: Caves Monument.
  • Puentedey: The Bridge of God.
  • Quintanilla de las Viñas: The Mamblas.
  • Rebolledo de la Torre: Romanesque Gallery.
  • San Pedro de Arlanza: Romanesque monastery.
  • Santa Gadea del Cid: Historic Ensemble.
  • Valdelateja: Castro Siero.

LION:

  • Water Country: Braña pallozas.
  • Castrillo Polvazares: Maragatería.
  • Compludo: Smithy.
  • Congosto: La Peña.
  • Corullón: Romanesque Churches.
  • Jiménez de Jamuz: Mud Architecture.
  • Piedrasecha: Gorge of Calderones.
  • Santiago de las Villas: Torre River Valley.
  • I trascastro: Valle de Fornela.
  • Valdeón: Chorco Wolves.

Palencia:

  • Belmonte de Campos: Castle.
  • Cevico Navero: The Cerrato.
  • Potters of Pisuerga: Rock Churches.
  • Palenzuela: Historic Ensemble.
  • Sahagún Real: Canal de Castilla.
  • Tamara de Campos: Historic Ensemble.
  • Torremormojón: Castle.
  • San Salvador de Cantamuda: Valle de Lebanza.
  • Villamediana: Historic Ensemble.
  • Villaumbrales: Canal de Castilla.

SALAMANCA:

  • Arapiles: Cerro Heroes.
  • Field of Penaranda: Dam of Riolobos.
  • Hinojosa de Duero: Gate Arribas.
  • Ledesma: Historic Ensemble.
  • Miranda Chestnut: Historic Ensemble.
  • Montemayor del Río: Historic Ensemble.
  • Pereña: Well of Smoke.
  • Safe Harbor: Historic Ensemble.
  • Zorita and Valdeón: The pasture of Columbus.
  • Villarino de los Aires: Cannons Tormes and Duero.

SEGOVIA:

  • Collado Hermoso: Forest ogival.
  • Fuentidueña: Historic Ensemble.
  • Hornuez: Enebral.
  • Alfaro de Cuéllar: Cliffs Arena.
  • Navafría: Port.
  • Nieva: Santa María la Real.
  • Pedraza de la Sierra: Historic Ensemble.
  • Sebúcor: Convento de la Hoz.
  • Sotosalbos: Romanesque Pirón.
  • Turégano: Castrillo.

SORIA:

  • Barahona: Field of Bruges.
  • Duruelo Sierra: Natural environment.
  • Gormaz: Castle.
  • Molinos de Duero: Historic Ensemble.
  • Monteagudo of Vicarías: Strength and walls.
  • Morón de Almazan: Renaissance Square.
  • Oteruelos: Hard Edge.
  • Rello: Historic Ensemble.
  • Somaén: Hoz del Jalón.
  • Vinuesa: Laguna Negra.

Valladolid:

  • Beacon Adaja: Villa romana.
  • Curiel de Duero: Tweezers.
  • Encinas de Esgueva: Reservoir.
  • The Thorn: Monastery.
  • Portillo: Fortress.
  • Turret Abbess: Ribera del Duero.
  • Torrelobatón: Castle.
  • Valley asparagus: Historic Ensemble.
  • Urueña: Historic Ensemble.
  • Villavicencio: Historic Ensemble.

ZAMORA:

  • Campillo: San Pedro of the Nave.
  • Fermoselle: Historic Ensemble.
  • Grinding of the Knights: Garden FENALS.
  • Pino del Oro: Bridge over the Duero.
  • Puebla de Sanabria: Historic Ensemble.
  • Rabanales: Turnips Devil.
  • Santa Marta de Tera: Romanesque Church.
  • Santibáñez de Vidriales: Roman Campamento.
  • Sotillo de Sanabria: Waterfalls.
  • Villardeciervos: Sierra de la Culebra.
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6 Responses to “Magical corners of Castilla y León”

  • roque:

    After going to the Roman camp Santibanez de Vidriales summer, with the sunshine falling on our heads to see the four stones of the towers and papier-mâché, can be magical at insolation gives!!!! Better you go to any of the surrounding pueblicos, you are looking for someone to invite you to lunch on a chilly cellar and wine testing land… this really is a magical experience!!!!

  • Hi!

    I really liked your article. Congratulations.

    I have a blog where I talk about other magical places in the province of León. If you want to discover, here I leave the link:

    http://patrichueck.wordpress.com/

    I hope you like it

    • Hola patrichueck, and thank you very much!

      I have already gone through your blog, and I loved it, especially for its originality. I'll put in my Links, ok?

      Un besito

      • What do you think about the blog? Goody! Thank you for placing your links between, and if you want to say something on it, You are more than welcome.

  • Nana:

    And do not come The Lion Médulasen? ¿O The Granja de San Ildefonso in Segovia? Because it seemed to me two magical sites…

    And by the way, Diablo turnips??

    • Not, are not, but I guess it's because they have sought new places for tourism, unexploited. Although there are other not so famous places I have missed you.

      And the Devil Turnips are huge phallic-shaped stones, to see if I can find any photos because my mother…

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