Travel information.
The trip.
Los Navalucillos lies 70 km southwest of the medieval capitol Toledo. The city, build upon a hill around which the Rio
Tajo flows on three sides, bristles with monumental splendour. Toledo is one of the
Group of Spanish cities considered
by Unesco inheritance of humanity
, the most important in the world, to which also belong Ávila, Segovia, Salamanca,
Cuenca, Caceres and Alcalá de Henares. A direct bus connects Los Navalucillos with Toledo.
The line starts in Madrid at the
Estacion de autobuses del Sur. Arriving at Barajas Airport there is direct access to the
no. 8 metro line. Changing lines at
Nuevos Ministerios for no. 6 metro line to Mendes Álvaro, where the busstation is
located. The bus company is called
Samar and has its own ticket-windows. Los Navalucillos is an ultimate destination
and is to be found on the board in the hall and on the front window of the bus. It runs about five times a day, in
weekends a little less. Travelling time is about 2,5 hours. The bus has airco.
By car, nice day trips can be made to the monasteries of
Guadalupe, El Escorial and Yuste, to the windmills of
Consuegra, the colonial houses of Trujillo or the royal palace
of Aranjuez.
Talavera de la Reina, 40 km from Los Navalucillos, can be
visited by a direct bus.
In the surroundings of the village lots of Roman, Visigothic
and Celtiberian remains are highly worth a visit.

Opening times.
Like in the whole of Spain, our village takes the siesta. Shops and offices close from
2 to 6 pm. Banks only open in the morning, automatic banking is avalable all day.
The swimmingpool (piscina municipal) stays open.

Castillia - la Mancha has a continental climate: hot summers and cold winters.
The ideal months to visit are in the spring and autumn.

Right outside the village you can walk into the quiet of the dehesa landscape.
6 km south of the village there's a peaceful bar right on the banks of the lively
little Rio Pusa, with swimming facilities. From here walks can be made into
the National Park de Cabañeros.
an interesting website:

San Juan de los Reyes, Toledo
Roman temple, Rio Tajo
Parque Nacional de Cabañeros