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Valley of Iruelas


This beautiful valley located in the Sierra de Gredos is a popular destination for nature lovers. It offers opportunities for hiking, bird watching, and enjoying spectacular mountain landscapes.

Castle of Arenas de San Pedro


This impressive medieval fortress, located in the town of Arenas de San Pedro, is a notable example of military architecture. Built in the 15th century, the castle offers panoramic views of the surroundings.

Sierra de Gredos


This mountain range, which spans part of the province of Ávila, is a paradise for hiking, mountaineering, and adventure sports enthusiasts. Its snow-capped peaks, glacial valleys, and crystal-clear rivers attract visitors year-round.

Castro de Ulaca


This archaeological site, located in Villaviciosa, is an ancient Celtic settlement dating back to the Iron Age. Visitors can explore the ruins of defensive structures and enjoy the views from the hilltop.

Roman Bridge of Arenas de San Pedro


This bridge, built during the Roman era over the Tiétar River, is an important historical landmark in the province of Ávila. Although it has undergone modifications over the centuries, it retains part of its original structure.

Royal Monastery of Santo Tomás


Located in the town of Ávila, this monastery was founded in the 15th century by the Catholic Monarchs. Its church houses the pantheon of the family of the Catholic Monarchs and some members of the Spanish nobility.