RURAL HOTEL IN THE SIERRA OF MADRID
Where are we?
WHAT TO SEE AND WHAT TO DO?
THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS OF MADRID
The Sierra Norte de Madrid displays a diverse and captivating nature. Rolling mountains covered with pine and oak forests intertwine with crystal clear streams meandering through green valleys. Its landscapes contrast between rocky peaks and serene meadows, harboring a rich biodiversity of flora and fauna. Trails offer the opportunity to explore this scenery, while charming villages reveal the connection between rural culture and the natural environment. A refuge close to the metropolis, where natural tranquility comes alive.
CULTURE AND HERITAGE
The Sierra Norte de Madrid treasures the most precious rural and natural legacy of the Community. Here, the preservation of the environment not only safeguards its nature and scenery, but also roots ancestral traditions in its villages. Under the banner «We are Sierra Norte Culture», a myriad of ethnographic museums, traditional architecture and festivities endure, inviting us to relive the past at a short distance from the city. This magical, historic and strategic corner has been shaped by archaeological sites, medieval vestiges and episodes of the Civil War. In addition, the region embraces contemporary art, supporting talented local artists in their exhibitions.
The gastronomy of the Sierra Norte de Madrid captivates with its rustic charm and authentic flavors. Traditional dishes blend with contemporary touches in local restaurants and bars. Embark on a culinary journey to savor the essence of the region, where the cuisine reflects the richness of its natural environment and cultural heritage.
Explore the restaurants of the Sierra Norte de Madrid and enjoy exquisite dishes. Immerse yourself in traditional and contemporary gastronomy in bars and restaurants, ideal for sharing with friends, family or couples.
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The Sierra de Madrid offers an exciting range of outdoor activities. Hiking and biking routes allow you to explore its lush nature, while multi-adventure offers adrenaline at every corner. Horseback riding connects with the rural tradition, and climbing challenges lovers of verticality. In summer, water activities cool off in reservoirs and rivers. With the arrival of winter, snow sports take center stage. For the most daring, aerial sports offer panoramic views. Several local companies guarantee these unforgettable experiences.
HIKING AND BIKING TRAILS | ACCESSIBLE
The castles of San Sebastian and Santa Catalina are two coastal fortresses that protected the city of Cadiz from maritime attacks in the 18th century. Both castles are now popular tourist sites where you can enjoy spectacular views of the city and the Atlantic Ocean. The Castillo de San Sebastián is accessible via a bridge, and features a watchtower, while the Castillo de Santa Catalina is a larger complex that includes a lighthouse and chapel. In addition to their historical and military importance, the castles are an ideal place to enjoy walks and panoramic views of the sea and the city of Cadiz.