Villanueva de Los Infantes
You will be staying in one of the prettiest towns in Spain, with more than 20 points of local interest and which offers some of the finest baroque and renaissance heritage in La Mancha.
Capital of the El Campo de Montiel district from where Don Quixote set off on his adventures.
Follow in the footsteps of Don Quixote
Villanueva de los Infantes offers guided tours and reenactments, or you can just enjoy a walk around the village at night.
All the information you need is available from us.
Key points of interest
Enjoy the cultural delights of the historic centre as you follow in the footsteps of Don Quixote.
You will be struck by the Main Square, the churches of Saint Andrew and Saint Dominic, the Contempory Art Museum and the tomb of Francisco de Quevedo.
Discover the many and varied gastronomic riches of our region: the cheeses, pisto, wines and much more…
This is the perfect area for ramblers and cyclists.
Try the “Don Quixote sets out” walk: Infantes – Fuenllana – Infantes
Click here for details of the many walks and paths available through the beautiful local scenery.
Nearby places of interest
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Click on this link for further walks around Los Campos de Montiel ( All links in Spanish, rutas en este enlace)
The Mari Sánchez reservoir is half an hour (30km / 19 miles) away along the CM-3129 and CR-624.
At about forty minutes (26,8 km /17 miles) away along the CM-3129CM-3129 , there is the Castle of Montizón in the village of Villamanrique.
These are just a few of the delights on offer. There are many more!