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Tourism for Everybody

To say “accessible tourism” wants to open all doors to everyone and to gradually pull down the obstacles which travellers can encounter.

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Religious Tourism

The Province of Segovia provides a great range of tourism opportunities which even the most demanding visitor will enjoy, covering as it does a total of 6,949km2 and offering attractions of all kinds

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Monuments Tourism

The Aqueduct, Cathedral and Alcázar: the traditional route inside the city walls

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Gastronomic Tourism

A perfect blend of traditional cuisine and a news gastronomic culture

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Family Tourism

THe province of Segovia offers special characteristics and atractiones for family holidays.

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Touristic Events

Segovia Touristic Events. Festivals, medieval markets, and more ...

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Bussiness and professional

Segovia is an ideal city to accommodate conventions, seminars, and meetings of all types.

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Witnesses of a Bygone Era (Prádena)

Flora and fauna trails in the province of Segovia

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The Little Giant of the Mountains (La Granja)

Flora and fauna trails in the province of Segovia

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The Lord of the Water (Cantalejo)

Flora and fauna trails in the province of Segovia

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The Domesticated Forest (Añe)

The Domesticated Forest Flora and fauna trails in the province of Segovia

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Villacastín Village

The municipality (town) of Villacastín is located southwest in the province of Segovia, to which it belongs, and bordering with the province of Ávila, with a current population of 1,700 inhabitants.

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Turégano Village

Located in the central part of the province of Segovia, at 935 metres above sea level, and 34km from the provincial capital, the village of Turégano can be found nestled within the wide valley between the Pirón and Cega rivers, in the geographical area known as la Campiña.

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Sepúlveda Village

In the Iron Age, Sepúlveda emerged as a Celtic fort of the Arevaci tribe. Remains uncovered in Duratón in 1791 and 1949 suggest, during the Roman era, a broad lifestyle with external relations, and a judicial statute.

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Riaza Village

This mountain village is located on the north face of the Macizo de Allón at a height of 1,190 metres.

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Prádena Village

Located on the upper reaches of the Somosierra mountain, this is the southernmost township of the Community of Towns and Lands of Sepúlveda.

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Pedraza Village

The Medieval town of Pedraza is an incomparable setting, declared a Monumental Complex in 1951 and honoured at the “C” awards for tourism in Castille-Leon in 1993, and the Europa Nostra Prize in 1996.

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Navafría Village

Navafría is a mountain village located under the mantle of pine that bears its name, with an average altitude of over 1,200 m and an area of 30 km2, in the south of Segovia province,

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Martín Muñoz de las Posadas Village

The origins of Martín Muñoz de las Posadas can be traced to the end of the eleventh century,when Martín Muñoz

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Maderuelo Village

The town lies on a long arm of land bordering the course of the Riaza river, at the eastern extremity of the Pradales or Serrezuela mountains.

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La Granja Village

The Real Sitio de San Ildefonso (royal site of St. Ildefonso) is comprised of the three villages of La Granja, Valsaín and Pradera de Navalhorno

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Fuentidueña Village

Fuentidueña, literally "Lady of the Springs" (fontis donna), is very rich in water, with numerous springs and two rivers, the Duratón and las Fuentes, the latter following into the former after only a very short distance.

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El Espinar Village

The Municipality of El Espinar extends over a vast valley situated on the north face of the Guadarrama mountain range.

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Cuéllar Village

Cuéllar, settled since prehistoric times on several hills and surrounded by the largest area of resinous pines in Europe, is the largest provincial town in Segovia with a population of 9,800 inhabitants.

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Coca Village

Surrounded by imposing forest and silhouetted on the promontory formed by the Voltoya and Eresma rivers, Coca-Ciudad de Cauca is one of the oldest continuously populated settlements on the Iberian Peninsula

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Ayllón Village

The Medieval town of Ayllón has been officially recognised as a national complex of historical and artistic monuments since 1973. The town, which is of great architectural and cultural richness is located in the north-east of the province of Segovia

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Segovia tourism

Segovia, declared a Word Heritage City for many reasons, offers a wide range of year round activities to visitors.

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Segovia City

The UNESCO acknowledged this in1985 by declaring it a World Heritage City. Segovia is a beautiful city standing on a rocky outcrop between the Eresma and Clamores rivers

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