Castillo de Garcimuñoz to Campo de Criptana

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30 minutes down the road we visited the impressive castle at Belmonte, where their carpark is a prime candidate as a Park4night, being very spacious, plenty of flat hard-standing, and great views. J&J pulled into the carpark just as we were leaving and we exchanged phone numbers and agreed to meet up at the Park4night at Campo de Criptana.

We’re now here at the site of 8 or so typical La Mancha windmills, which is the perfect start to a tour of Don Quixote country.

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One thought on “Castillo de Garcimuñoz to Campo de Criptana

  1. What an impressive castle and the molinos are just so quaint and beautiful! It does bring memories of reading Don Quijote at college (a must for those of us who did Spanish Literature for our Baccalaureate). I have never been to La Mancha. Shame on me! And those eggs look simply delicious!

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