Guadalajara is a capital with many natural spaces, of which we recommend Sierra Norte, the Lagunas de Puebla de Beleña, or the cave in Canaleja.
On the other hand, its more than seven aquifers, located all in the Alto Tajo basin, are another highlight for those who are looking for some time to relax in nature.
You will also find in this province many towns and villages that are at the very epicentre of traditional tours and tourism, which makes the turismo rural en Guadalajara very abundant in this area, in places like Sigüenza, Molino de Aragón and, of course, Torija and the huge castle in the latter.
Here, the typical black slate architecture tries to combine and recover the materials that were used traditionally in this area, and is present in many small towns in this region of deep-rooted tradition, such as in Majaelrayo, El Espinar, or Valverde de los Arroyos, amongst many others. Many of these are hiding under the Pico Ocejón, perhaps the most well-known mountain of this region.
Some of the most important festivities celebrated here are of pagan origin,dating before Roman times, and are still celebrated nowadays. This is the case of the botargas, an event worth experiencing to see a lesser known side of Guadalajara.
To finish with your trip, we recommend you try the local gastronomy, where the lamb and the goat kid, are the main protagonists of the food that will accompany this journey.