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Coca

Coca


Castle of the s. XV, built by the Fonseca family taking advantage of the natural escarpments of a flat land, which acted as defensive pits. From the Fonseca it passed to the Casa de Alba and from 1954 it was transferred to the Ministry of Agriculture to install the Forestry Training School, which is fully operational today. Its military architecture is embellished with an exquisite set of ornamentations: brick on the outside and plasterwork on the inside, which give it the consideration of being the best example of civil Gothic-Mudejar Spain.

CASTLE OF COCA

  • Castillo de Coca, s / n 40480 Coca
  • Tel. 617 573 554 / 921 586 622
  • www.castillodecoca.com
  • Schedule:
    • Month of August, by appointment with passes: 11:00, 12:00, 13:00, 16:30, 17:30 and 18:30

  • Price:
    • General: 3 €
    • Reduced, groups, retirees and children from 7 to 14 years: 2,50 €
    • Maximum 24 people

CEREBOSMA NATIONAL FOREST MUSEUM CLASSROOM

Located in the old National Seeds Warehouse, it aims to disseminate the management of the Spanish forest administration and to understand the benefits that forests provide to society as a whole.

  • Ctra. Villagonzalo de Coca, s / n
  • Tel. 921 586 011
  • Schedule:
    • From Wednesday to Sunday, morning and afternoon, arrange the visit in advance.
  • Price: Free

SAN NICOLÁS TOWER

The tower of San Nicolás, the only visible remnant of the disappeared Romanesque church of San Nicolás.

  • Schedule:
    • Monday to Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 13:30 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00 a.m. to 19:30 p.m.
  • Price: Free


CHURCH OF SANTA MARÍA LA MAYOR

Brick construction in limestone wall in buttresses. Sitting on the foundations of a XNUMXth century Romanesque church, of which the lower part of the tower made of masonry remains, its central part is completely made of brick and is from the XNUMXth century.

  • Schedule:
    • Every day from 11: 00 to 19: 00 hours.
  • Price: Free


THE CINCO CAÑOS AREA

Behind the building Los Cinco Caños, to the north of the bed of the Eresma River, are the remains of a Roman domus from which you can contemplate several rooms and three apses.