Consuegra Attractions

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  • Princess279
    East Brunswick, NJ810 contributions
    I'm still amazed. I hoped to see what Miguel de Cervates saw and I did. The windmills are whimsical. They are just big enough to be seen from mies away and small enough to be examined closely. They were pretty out of my way geographically, but I'm glad I took that drive!

    Written 1 November 2022
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  • siouxsy
    Tustin, CA1,093 contributions
    Great little stop. We just parked and walked around the castle and then took the trails on both sides of the castle to see the windmills. The fog setting on the windmills were kind of magical.
    Written 10 February 2020
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  • johnhouston2
    Knaresborough, UK4,629 contributions
    These iconic windmills, together with the adjoining castle, are a fabulous sight and are now inextricably linked to the fictitious character Don Quixote and his fabled travels throughout La Mancha. Twelve of the original thirteen windmills have been preserved on the hillside, five of which are in full working order, and one of them doubles a a small shop for necessary cold drinks etc!

    We climbed up a some steep stairs from the town centre, but you can also drive up the hill.
    Written 29 May 2022
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  • Jan S
    601 contributions
    The Church of Christ has white Marble Columns as you enter. It is very ornate inside with lots of interesting paintings.
    It is just off the Plaza Mayor which is in the middle of the town. It's not a must see but if you are in the Square it's just a short walk away. It's free to enter.
    Written 12 September 2019
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  • Mojaquera
    Mojacar, Spain495 contributions
    Even the walk here from the parking is a stroll through history. Photo op with statue on Quijote and Sancho. Some restaurants with typical Spanish tapas and dishes.
    Written 21 January 2019
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  • Alandida44
    Rome, Italy67 contributions
    We found ourselves in the middle of the “visita teatralizada” in Spanish that a large group had booked, because we could not get passed in the steep entrant to the castle.

    I must say we never hang along guided tours but this was different. Knights, kings, queens, monks, sword fights, candle lights and smoke! The actors were very good! The caste came to life and the children were brought away in a different time! If you can, do book it. It’s fantastic!
    Written 27 July 2015
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