Madrid, the country's capital, is located 100 miles (161 kilometers) west of Tragacete, while Valencia lies 85 miles (137 kilometers) to the southeast.
Of course, visiting just one place, regardless of its popularity, can only ever give you a narrow window into the broader textures and qualities of a region. So allow time to visit Castilla - La Mancha's other sights and attractions. If you're keen to explore more of the region, you'll find Canamares, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east, and Albarracin 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the west.
Cuenca is 25 miles (40 kilometers) from Tragacete. This regional center features a wide range of things to see and do, like Museum of Spanish Abstract Art, Cuenca Cathedral and Ciudad Encantada. Cuenca Museum and San Pablo Footbridge are a number of other interesting attractions worth checking out for those who have more time on their hands.
Take the time to delve deeper into Castilla - La Mancha by discovering its history. A great place to begin is by visiting the area's historic bridges. Go to Castilla - La Mancha's history museums, art museums and art galleries. These are great destinations to explore, particularly when the weather is less than perfect.
If you love to feel the cold embrace of winter, this area may be the perfect holiday destination. This area offers some terrific opportunities for cross-country skiing and snow shoeing. Water-based sports are a popular pastime here. When the weather is fine, why not go swimming or rafting; this area has some great spots for it.
As your time here draws to an end, spend your last euros on that last souvenir and bid a fond Adiós (farewell) to the interesting characters you've met and the locations you've been.