Castile and León Campings

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EL ASTRAL

983 77 09 53
www.campingelastral.es
Camino Pollos, 8, 47100 Tordesillas, Valladolid

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EL ACUEDUCTO

921 42 50 00
campingacueducto.com
Ctra. Granja, Km 112, 40006 Segovia

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EL BREZAL

947 19 03 76
www.campingelbrezal.com
Carretera El Vado, s-n, 09513 Medina de Pomar, Burgos

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CAMINO DE SANTIAGO

947 37 72 55
www.campingcamino.com
Virgen del manzano s/n, 09110 Castrojeriz, Burgos

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Camping Cubillas

983 58 50 02
campingcubillas.com
Autovía de Castilla, 102, 47290 Cubillas de Santa Marta, Valladolid, España

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DON QUIJOTE

923 209 052
www.campingdonquijote.com
Carretera Aldealengua KM 1,930. CP: 37193. Cabrerizos, Salamanca

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FUENTES BLANCAS

947 486 016
www.campingburgos.com
Carretera Cartuja de Miraflores km 3,5 - 09193 BURGOS

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FUENTES CARRIONAS

979 870 424
www.campingfuentescarrionas.com
C/Antonio Villanueva S/N 34840 Cervera de Pisuerga (Palencia)

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HOCES DEL DURATÓN

921 52 05 64
www.campinghocesdelduraton.com
Calle Sepúlveda, s/n, 40320 Cantalejo, Segovia, España

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PRADOS ABIERTOS

920 386 061
www.pradosabiertos.com
Carretera N 502, km 72. 05410 Mombeltrán Ávila

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PUERTA DE LA DEMANDA

947 560 211
www.puertadelademanda.com
Crt/ Pradoluengo km2 - 09199 Villasur de Herreros, Burgos

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REGIO

983 77 09 53
www.campingregio.com/
Carretera Avila-Madrid, KM.4, Santa Marta de Tormes, 37900 Salamanca, España

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RIAZA

921 550 580
www.camping-riaza.com
Ctra. de la Estación, S/N, 40510 Riaza, Segovia, España

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RIBERDUERO

983 88 16 37
www.campingpenafiel.com
Avenida Polideportivo, 51, 47300 Peñafiel, Valladolid, España

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RIO NELA

947 308 649
www.campingelrionela.com
C/Zocilla S/N CP.09540 Trespaderne, Burgos

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RUTA DE LA PLATA

923 28 95 74
www.campingrutadelaplata.com
Camino Alto a los Villares, 37798 Villamayor, Salamanca

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SIERRA DE LA CULEBRA

980 683 020
www.campingsierradelaculebra.com
Ctra. Riomanzanas S/N Figueruela de Arriba (Zamora) - ESPAÑA

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VALLE EN MEDIO

918 98 31 76
www.vallenmedio.com
Carretera Peguerinos-Alto del León, Km. 4800, 05239 Peguerinos, Ávila

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Best Castile and León routes

The Way of Saint James

While doing the Camino de Santiago you should carry certain essential items, whether on foot as if it is by bicycle.The backpack should not lack the appropriate clothing – light, comfortable, durable and good breathability-. T
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Footsteps of Teresa of Ávila

The ‘Footsteps of Saint Teresa’ route takes travellers through 17 municipalities in various parts of Spain, including several stops in Castilla y León that provide an insight into the life and work of the Saint in this region.

 

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Duero Route

The Ruta del Duero is one of the most important cultural routes in the south of Europe. This route’s itinerary splits the region in two and allows tourists to experience the nature, art and gastronomy that the area has to offer.

 

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Route of the Mystics

This route crosses the provinces of Valladolid, Salamanca, Ávila and Segovia, taking in many landmark sites and monuments related to the life and times of Saint Teresa of Ávila. Starting in Medina del Campo, which was also visited by Saint John of the Cross, it makes its way towards the town of Alba de Tormes, in the province of Salamanca, where Saint Teresa of Ávila died.
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The Way of Saint James from Madrid

Who go along it encounter stretches of Roman road, overcome with joy the mountain’s summit Fuenfría, emulate the Galician reapers along the trails that led them to labor camps in Castilla la Nueva and, ultimately, pay homage to Pilgrim Virgin of Sahagun while are linking to the path that comes by the traditional way which starts at Somport or Roncesvalles in Spain.
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Vía de la Plata

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Canal de Castilla

Among the most important constructions of the Canal de Castilla there are the sluices. Their purpose was to avoid the unevenness of the ground as well as ease the navigation. They were additionally used to join two different sections of the Canal at different levels. The docks, constructed in stone, were used to load and unload merchandises. They are sort of ‘ports’ for this stretch of water.

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Carlos V Route

Carlos V, the Medieval emperor, was a keen globetrotter and chose Castilla y León for his final trip. Today, this historical and geographical route passes through 24 cities in the region.

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Way of the Language

Castilla y León, known as the birthplace of the Castellano language, offers one of the most historical and cultural routes of today.

The purpose of the Camino de la Lengua, the name given to this route, is to show tourists how and where one of the most important languages in the world developed. In other words, to find out the origin and evolution of what is known today as the Spanish language.

 

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Camino del Cid

The Route of the Cid is a cultural tourist trail that retraces the footsteps of Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, the great nobleman and warrior known as ‘The Cid’. The itinerary is based on The Poem of the Cid, one of universal literature’s greatest medieval epic poems.

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Ruta de Isabel

Isabelle I of Castile was born in 1451 in the former palace that now houses the Monastery of Nuestra Señora de Gracia in Madrigal de las Altas Torres (Ávila), and which today draws large numbers of tourists eager to learn more about the history of the figure known as Isabelle the Catholic.

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