Situated in Puebla de Don Fadrique, this hotel is in the same region as Santa Maria Teaching Church, Sierra de las Cabras, and Plaza Mayor de Huescar. Regional attractions also include Rodriguez Penalva Park.
Situated in a rural location, this cottage is within 20 mi (32 km) of La Muralla, Archivel Plaza, and Centro de Interpretación deL Arte Rupestre. Moratalla Castle and Sierra de las Cabras are also within 25 mi (40 km).
Situated in Puente De Genave, this hotel is 14.7 mi (23.7 km) from Segura Castle and within 32 mi (52 km) of San Blas Municipal Park and Nacimiento del Rio Mundo. Castle Bujaraiza and Collado del Almendral Hunting Park are also within 32 mi (52 km).
Situated in Hornos, this country house is in the same area as Sierras de Cazorla Natural Park, Castle Bujaraiza, and Collado del Almendral Hunting Park. Regional attractions also include Segura Castle and San Blas Municipal Park.
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Madrid, the country's capital, lies 160 miles to the northwest of Peguera del Madrona.
When you start to crave the sights and sounds of nature, round up the family and head to Sierra de las Cabras, located 14 miles from Peguera del Madrona. Another option is Nacimiento del Rio Mundo, 14 miles away.
Visit Yeste, 10 miles away from Peguera del Madrona. It's the home of San Bartolome Chapel and Corredera Plaza. Wild Things and Segura Castle are some additional places. These are 12 miles out of Peguera del Madrona, in Cortijos Nuevos.
Arroyo Frio is only 30 miles to the southwest of Peguera del Madrona. This regional hub features a whole lot of things to see and do, for example, Cazorla Natural Park, Plaza Santa Maria and Plaza de la Corredera. If your schedule allows, also check out Plaza de la Constitucion and Torre del Vinagre.
In order to truly appreciate the soul of Jaen, you'll have to acquaint yourself with its unique spices and tastes.
Of the many ingredients you'll come across during your eating expedition, custard apple and ham are among the most prized.
Any proud food lover should be sure they try flamenquín (fried bacon wrapped pork loin) and ajoblanco (bread, almond and garlic soup) before enjoying other local dishes.
Finish off with alfajor (flour and hazelnut sweet), a delicious dessert.
Comprehending a few basic Spanish expressions can sometimes be the bridge between a simple vacation and a rewarding journey into the soul of the culture of a place. ¡Cuánto tiempo! translates to long time no see. You should also work on pronouncing Buenos días (good morning).
Pull out all the stops and party for National Day, a national day of festivities which takes place on the 12th of October.
It's a sad fact of life, but all vacations must eventually come to an end. As the curtain falls on your Peguera del Madrona getaway, say "Hasta la vista", spend your remaining euros, and reminisce over all the crazy adventures you've had.
When it's time to hit the tarmac, be advised that Albacete Airport is roughly 60 miles to the northeast.