Albaicin neighborhood

Albaicin neighborhood

CAMPO DE CRIPTANA

The streets and squares adjacent to the Sierra de los Molinos and Cerro de la Paz form the archetypal La Mancha neighbourhood, with its Arabic tiled houses painted in white and indigo. It is famous for the narrowness and pronounced character of its streets.

It is recommended to reach the mills by a walk from the historic centre of the municipality, which will allow you to contemplate the characteristic landscape of La Mancha from its natural viewpoints.

It is protected by the Special Plan for the Protection of the Sierra de los Molinos and the Albaicín neighbourhood, promoted by the City Council and the Caja Madrid Foundation.

Location

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Useful information:

  • Address: Streets and squares adjacent to Sierra de los Molinos and Cerro de la Paz | Campo de Criptana
  • Opening hours:
    Free Visit
  • Price: Free
  • Contact: Campo de Criptana Tourist Office

Recommended plan for:

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