The house is located in the Plaza de la Corredera de Mombeltrán, one of the most beautiful villages in the south of Ávila, in Gredos. It is divided into four fully equipped independent apartments (kitchen and living room), but you can rent more than two for groups:
THE PATIO: It is on the ground floor has two rooms (one of them over 40 mc) therefore it is possible to hold family meetings in it. 4 bedrooms: two with double beds and two with single beds. 3 of them, with bathroom incorporated. EXCLUSIVE ACCESS to the patio, the pool and the barbecue.
EL TOROZO AND LA RUBÍA: On the 2nd floor, with two bedrooms, they are duplex with sloping ceilings. They have air conditioning and a large balcony to the plaza. They have no access to the patio with the pool in the house.
EL CALLEJÓN: On the first floor, it has a single bedroom with a double bed.
The façade faces west, in the south of the Sierra de Gredos, so the afternoons are very sunny. It also has a large balcony to the square but has no access to the pool or the patio of the house.
The neighbors look at the weather forecast in Extremadura, not Ávila, since the area enjoys a microclimate that allows citrus growing (in the Plaza there are several lemon trees and in the patio there are two orange trees and a palm tree).
IN NO CASE ARE MORE PEOPLE ADMITTED THAN THEY APPEAR IN THE RENTAL BOND.
PETS ARE NOT ADMITTED.
MOMBELTRÁN can be visited:
Town hall. Toledo style.
Cross of the Roll. Symbol of obtaining the title of Villazgo, in 1393.
Church of San Juan Bautista. From the s. XIV-XV (declared a Historic Artistic Monument)
Castle of the Dukes of Alburquerque. From the end of the s. XV
Hermitage of Our Lady of La Soledad.
Hospital of Pilgrims of San Andrés. Founded in 1517
THE TYPICAL FIESTAS are:
July festivities in honor of Nuestra Señora de la Puebla.
From July 1 to 5: processions, parades, festivals and bullfighting.
Festivities of August in honor of Asunción and San Roque.
From August 14 to 19: processions, parades, festivals and bullfighting.
Throughout the Barranco, as in other neighboring places of Salamanca and Cáceres, All Saints' Day is celebrated in the countryside. At the end of the afternoon there is a fire with pine needles (agujúos) to roast chestnuts. In all of Gredos, roasted chestnuts are known as calbote, hence the name given to this party. In Cuevas del Valle the calbotes are accompanied with a delicious homemade drink, the angelica.
In addition, various activities are organized throughout the year.
Hiking, mountain biking routes, archery, climbing ... All the offer of active tourism in the Sierra de Gredos and the Tiétar valley is at your disposal.Get the full listing »