The province of Segovia is home to numerous castles and fortresses that will allow you to spend a fun family day. Are you going to miss it?
Alcazar of Segovia
Built on a mound of rock at the confluence of two rivers, the Eresma and the Clamores. This privileged location suggests a very early occupation as a fortress, perhaps already in Celtic times.
Tel. 921 460 759
Fourteenth century construction with fairy tale appearance. Inhabited during the 15th century by Don Álvaro de Luna, whose coat of arms are still there, it was also the residence of the Dolphins of France, where they were held by order of Charles V.
Tel. 605 665 460
Fortress of interesting military architecture of brick, with filigree of Mudejar art. The castle, one of the most important in Spain, was built as a palace and fortress.
Tel. 921 586 622/617 573 554
Castillo de Cuéllar
Built in the 15th century, it is the most important monument of the Villa de Cuéllar. It belongs to the group of palaces-fortresses.
Tel. 921 142 203
Castle of Pedraza
Although nothing is known of its origins, this is one of the oldest castles in Europe. The Romans, the Visigoths and the Arabs have left their mark on it.
Tel. 921 509 825 / 680 156 274
It has Celtiberian roots and still conserves the towers of the old Roman "castrum", old fortified church.
Tel. 634 460 215