An accommodation with a family atmosphere surrounded by a spectacularly rich nature
El Mirador de la Mancha is an original Rural Touristic Complex situated in the Sierra Calderona, between the first foothills of the Montes de Toledo.
El Mirador is located in an harmonic ambience in an estate of 70,000m which counts with a rich landscape and an abundant vegetation where the main protagonist is the olive tree with more than 250 years.
The name of our complex is derived from the impressive panorama of the Plain Manchega which you can view from any point of our finca.
El Mirador de la Mancha provides you with a familial and welcoming rural offer.
From our location you can visit other nearby municipalities and explore the land of La Mancha. Visit places like:
The Cabañeros National Park is currently one of the most relevant protected areas of the Iberian Peninsula.
The wetland known as Las Tablas de Daimiel was declared National Park and Biosphere Reserve. It was also included in the Ramsar Convention.
The Alto Tajo National Park is situated to the south-east of the Province of Guadalajara and the north-east of the Province of Cuenca.
Hayedo de Tejera Negra is conserved in an exceptional microclimate and integrated in the National Park of the Sierra Norte de Guadalajara.
The National Park Los Calares del Río Mundo y de la Sima are situated between Sierra de Alcaraz and Sierra del Segura.
The National Park Barranco del Río Dulce is of environmental importance because of a significant geological process: the excavation of a profound canyon in powerful layers of chalk by the river.
While walking through the mountain area of Cuenca you will encounter many natural resources of incalculable geological value.
The National Park of the lagoons of Ruidera is an area of great beauty that offers a great uniqueness in its landscape and geological formations.
The archaeological park of Alarcos with remains of the Bronze Age until the Middle Ages.
The convent of La Merced was founded in 1613 with the help of a donation of 1000 ducats of the captain in the American colonies, Don Andrés Lozano.
It is a reference point in the Iberian culture because of the monumentality of its defensive systems.
Motilla del Azuer is the most representative archeological site of the Bronze Age of La Mancha.
A great strength of the Knights of Calatrava, who had to defend this property against the muslims nearby the castle of Salvatierra.
The hospitality of its inhabitants, the richness of traditions, its exquisite gastronomy or the beauty of the natural environment.