Discovering Segovia, much more than a piglet and its aqueduct
Día 119hVisit to the village of Maderuelo1Day 19:00hVisit to the village of Maderuelo
We start the day in one of the most beautiful villages in Spain, on top of a hill and with privileged views, is the village of Maderuelo. A beautiful walled town with many Templar details.
Maderuelo is on the list of the most charming villages in Spain. During the visit, look at the houses to find their Templar past reflected in their facades.
11hCooling off at the Linares Reservoir2Day 111:15hCooling off at the Linares Reservoir
The Linares reservoir is the perfect place to cool down on summer days and if the time is right, it is a good place to have lunch, a snack or dinner.
It is a reservoir where bathing is allowed and the water quality is very good.
Día 1312hVisit to the town of Ayllon3Day 112:45hVisit to the town of Ayllon
The next stop is another of the most beautiful villages in Spain. Crossing under the medieval arch, you return to the past among palaces, squares surrounded by arcades and centuries-old churches.
Ayllon is on the list of the most charming villages in Spain. As it will be approximately lunch time, you can take advantage and try its rich gastronomy.
Día 1415hVisit Madriguera town4Day 115:15hVisit Madriguera town
Madriguera is the best preserved of the so-called red villages. The whole village is restored using local clay and red stone.
Get lost in the streets and take your camera with you.
Día 1517hVisit to the village of El Muyo5Day 117:00hVisit to the village of El Muyo
Today the day is colourful, the next visit is a beautiful black village. The slate used in their houses gives this curious colour.
El Muyo is one of those villages that, thanks to the effort of a group of enthusiasts, is recovering what it was in the past.
Día 269hVisit to the village of Pedraza6Day 29:00hVisit to the village of Pedraza
Pedraza may be the most beautiful town in this escape through Segovia. From the moment you pass through the gate of the city wall, to the castle and its streets, it is like going back to medieval times.
This visit is best done early in the morning, so that you can visit it almost alone.
Día 2711hVisit to the village of Sepulveda7Day 211:30hVisit to the village of Sepulveda
Sepulveda is another medieval town that invites you to get lost in its streets until you reach the main square, where you will see the castle, today converted into the Town Hall.
It is a good time to eat and in the Plaza Mayor we can find restaurants for all tastes and budgets.
Día 2814hVisit to the Hermitage of San Frutos8Day 214:00hVisit to the Hermitage of San Frutos
It is time to put on comfortable shoes and do a short 2 km trek to reach the Ermita de Frutos, where the big surprise of the walk awaits us, the Hoces del río Duratón, some impressive meanders between huge cliffs.
Here is the biggest vulture of Europe, visit it at sunset watching these huge birds flying, it is a perfect plan.
18hVisit to the Castle of Coca9Day 218:30hVisit to the Castle of Coca
The Castillo de Coca is an impressive construction and the best example of Spanish Gothic-Mudejar.
You can visit the interior of the castle by appointment, make your reservation at least 48 hours in advance.
Before you travel
*Binoculars: When visiting the Duratón river gorges, bringing binoculars to make the visit much more interesting. Watching the flight of the vultures can be addictive. *Comfortable shoes: Wear comfortable shoes. In many of these towns the streets are cobbled and it is difficult to walk. A pair of Tropicfeel shoes is the perfect option. *Torreznos: One of the most traditional and tasty tapas, are the torreznos. It is the perfect combination.