A few kilometers from the populated capital of Madrid there is one of the least populated provinces of Spain; Segovia
The same capital could be said to be a small town, comparing it with any locality in the metropolitan area of Madrid. Practically all of the province is made up of rural areas, small towns and, in many cases, small hamlets or districts.
The province currently includes two natural parks; The Hoces del Río Duratón and Sierra de Guadarrama. Areas of natural and scenic beauty.
To this natural attraction is added the cultural and architectural attraction of Segovia, world heritage capital; routes such as the Castles or the Romanesque; Medieval towns such as Pedraza, Sepúlveda, Riaza and Ayllón; and the delicacies of purely Castilian gastronomy such as Cochinillo, Lechazo, the Judiones de la Granja or the Segovian Punch.
It is truly worth taking a little break, a break or a vacation to know something so close in the distance and so far in time.
Enjoy a few days in the "Casa Rural El Trillo" can be a quality option while economic to enjoy the rural environment and move to all tourist areas of the province.