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Consuegra Castle Tours

Consuegra Castle
Located in the Toledo province, Consuegra Castle is one of Spain’s best-preserved castles. Despite being passed between Moorish and Christian rule throughout the years, little to no Moorish influence exists in the modern structure; however, you can still explore the medieval castle, enjoy views over the surrounds, and climb the windmills featured in Don Quixote.
 
The Basics
If exploring Consuegra Castle independently, you can save time by booking in advance; some tickets combine entry to the castle with access to two of the famed Don Quixote windmills. Guided tours are available at weekends for visitors who want to learn more about the site. If you have more time to spare, some history- and literary-focused tours combine Consuegra Castle with stops at the towns of Consuegra and Toledo.
 
Things to Know Before You Go

  • The medieval Consuegra Castle will charm history buffs, while the windmills will appeal to literature fans.
  • If you’re on a time budget, book a combo admission ticket to the castles and windmill in advance.
  • Those with mobility issues, wheelchairs, or strollers may struggle with steep steps and uneven surfaces.
 
How to Get There
Consuegra Castle can be reached on foot from the town of Consuegra or visited during a day trip from Toledo (follow the CM-42 road) or Madrid (follow the A-4 road). Arriving by public transport can be time-consuming and confusing for non-Spanish speakers, so opt for a tour which includes round-trip transfers for maximum convenience.
 
When to Get There
Consuegra Castle is open 10am-2pm and 3.30pm-6pm on weekdays, and from 10am-6pm on weekends and holidays. Guided tours are held at 12pm and 4pm on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays only. For the best panoramic views, head to the castle at sunset or visit in August for the Medieval Fair of Consuegra.
 
Things to Do in Consuegra
Consuegra may be better known for its literary windmills and medieval castle, but there are other things to do in and around town. Wander the central Plaza de España, look for Moorish-influenced buildings, or stop by the Town Hall. Visit in October for the annual Saffron Rose Festival and to see the saffron fields in full bloom.
Address: Cerro Calderico, s/n, Consuegra, Toledo 45700, Spain
Admission: Varies
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Windmills and Consuegra Castle: Licensed guide and transfer from Toledo included

Windmills and Consuegra Castle: Licensed guide and transfer from Toledo included

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Discover the land of Don Quixote on a 3-hour private tour, accompanied by our professional guides. Your guide will pick you up at the hotel or meeting point you wish, to accompany you in a vehicle with private driver, to the town of Consuegra (50 km away), to visit the medieval castle of the 10th century and the interior of one of the best preserved mills in Spain, having then free time to take pictures and enjoy the fantastic views of the typical landscape of La Mancha, or have a wine and tapas inside one of the windmills, converted into a restaurant.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$437.50
per group
From
$437.50
per group
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Consuegra Castle - Bird of Prey Exhibition

Consuegra Castle - Bird of Prey Exhibition

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The Exhibition of Birds of Prey Castillo de Consuegra, is an activity that highlights the importance of Birds of Prey at the time the castle was inhabited, in addition to their main characteristics and the problems they are experiencing today, an experience focused on education and environmental awareness that runs away from the show and that brings us closer to these jewels of the air and helps us to get to know them.
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  • 1 hour 15 minutes
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$7.19
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$7.19

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