Turismo Madrid

 

Castillo de Batres

SOUTHERN REGION

The Comarca Sur is an area where Mudejar art proliferated and of which tangible traces remain. And what to say about its nature, it is a territory for those who seek to relax and enjoy the tranquility that only rural areas can have. Travel with us and discover it.

We will start our route from the town of Valdemoro. We continue along the M-404 to the town of Torrejón de Velasco. You can walk through it and visit its 15th century castle. We will leave towards the A-42 until we reach Torrejón de la Calzada. From Casarrubelos we go to Cubas de la Sagra where you can visit the Parish Church of San Andrés, declared of Cultural Interest, continue along the M-417 to Griñon, Serranillos del Valle and arrive at Batres. You can visit the 13th century castle built on an elevation of the land, from where you can have magnificent views.

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Continuing along the same road we will reach El Álamo. This town, in the basin of the Guadarrama River, is famous for having housed the body of San Isidro in the Hermitage of Nuestra Señora de la Soledad. Heading towards the M-405 we arrive at Humanes de Madrid, along the Camino de Humanes we reach Moraleja de Enmedio where you can visit the Tower of the Church of San Millan, neo-Mudejar style.

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We take the M-413 to Arroyomolinos, which is being in the Regional Park of Guadarrama, so you can enjoy an inspiring natural environment. Within the town the Tower of the XV century is worth a visit. We continue along the M-413 to the A-5 towards Navalcarnero and along the M-600 we reach Sevilla la Nueva. If you are fond of ornithology you should know that this is a ZEPA area (Special Protection Area for Birds).

Shopping and Leisure
It emphasizes the vintage market of El Álamo, the oldest of the region of Madrid. Also famous is the Medieval Craft Market in Humanes de Madrid to go back in time and enjoy one of the best recreations of the region, or the baroque fair in Valdemoro, where you will find theater, music, exhibitions, workshops, crafts, and much more.