Turismo en Pedro Muñoz; Cuna del Mayo Manchego

Quixote Box

Quixote Box

QUIXOTE BOX is conceived with one clear goal in mind: to unwrap itself and become culturally open to dialogue; able to respond to new social challenges and invigorating civic life.

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Pedro Muñoz’s lagoon complex and “El Humedal de Don Quijote” Interpretation Center

Pedro Muñoz’s lagoon complex and “El Humedal de Don Quijote” Interpretation Center

A place to venture into the steppes wetlands of Castille-La Mancha

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The Harinera, old mill of flour

The Harinera, old mill of flour

Built during the first decade of the twentieth century, coinciding with the arrival of electricity to Pedro Muñoz.

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La Paca's House

La Paca's House

It is an emblematic building of Pedro Muñoz, both for its patrimonial value and for its sentimental value due to the last owner of the house, Mrs. Francisca Ramírez Cañas “Paca”. This place is a large noble house, with several rectangular buildings (all of them are built on a masonry base) distributed around an inner courtyard. The main body presents two heights and a curved hipped tiled roof.

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Old Town (Square, Town Hall, Church and Noble Houses)

Old Town (Square, Town Hall, Church and Noble Houses)

Pedro Muñoz’s Old Town is formed by the “Plaza de España”, the Town Hall, the church of St. Peter the Apostle and the ensemble of streets that lead into the Square with samples of our popular Manchegan architecture.

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Other touristic elements in Pedro Muñoz

Other touristic elements in Pedro Muñoz

“Las Nieves” hill: Situated in front of the town’s lagoon, also known as the “Vega”. It is a natural area of great archeologic importance, owing to the discoveries made, going from the Palaeolithic until the Middle Ages, emphasising the Carpathian Age.

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