Consuegra is a small town with numerous windmills, a beautiful castle and a charming main square. Visit this town privately with Yoorney!
Itinerary to do in Consuegra
It is its medieval castle, you will discover how the Knights of Saint John lived in Jerusalem, how they ruled La Mancha and, of course, all the conspiracies that took place within its walls. Inside, you will visit its rooms, water tanks and walls, which is a unique experience to know the Middle Ages. Don Quixote may have mistaken the windmill for a giant!
Unique landscape in the largest group of windmills in Spain. Five of them have a complete mechanism, you will be able to see the flour mill, where flour is produced, the room where the flour mill lives, and you will discover the great secrets of these flour mills and how to confuse Don Quixote.
You should not miss the center of Consuegra, the Plaza de España, and of course the Municipal Museum, where you can discover all the culture and civilization that Consuegra runs through.
Private Tour of Consuegra we will visit the castle, take a tour of the windmills, visit the interior of them, go down to the town, have some wines and tapas, buy sweets, enjoy the gastronomy and finish with the museum.
A plan for families, groups of friends, couples that has to end with your photo in the most beautiful sunset in all of La Mancha.
Meet Consuegra with Yoorney privately!
Highlights to see in Private tour Consuegra
Castle of Consuegra
Guide in Spanish and English
Group 1-55 pax (Privado 03:00 horas): 130.00 €
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Super safe route! COVID-19 efforts
Our route takes the recommendations and key considerations of security and protection against Coronavirus.
Is the interior of the monuments visited?
Exterior and interior of most named sites
Is the tour adapted for people with reduced mobility?