Ciudad Real accommodation is surrounded by towns full of history and things to see, which is no surprise considering it's a province in the Castile-La Mancha autonomous community in Spain. The province is well-known for its architectural structures at different towns such as Almagro and at Villanueva de los Infantes. The village of Villanueva de los Infantes is home to buildings dating from the 16th and 17th century and an example of this is the church of San Andrés; inside there are a few chapels and a crypt which is devoted to Saint Thomas. At Almagro you'll find a beautiful 17th century theatre, the Corral de Comedias theatre which still preserves its original structure. The theatre can seat 300 people and is used during for performances during the International Classical Theatre Festival.
The surroundings around holiday apartments Ciudad Real are also inspirational and worth a visit. The province shares the Cabañeros National Park with neighbouring province Toledo and here you can see a variety of animals, from deer to birds of prey. Ciudad Real also has many windmills; these are a symbol of the province and also provide the scenes from the adventures of Don Quixote of La Mancha. Another natural place to visit from Ciudad Real accommodation is the Almadén Mines. The mines contribute to the Mercury Heritage of the Almadén town and they are the biggest mercury sites in the world; this has earned them a World Heritage Site status.
This south-western province also makes travelling from holiday apartments Ciudad Real easy. The great location means you can not only explore more of the Castile-La Mancha region, but also you'll be able visit the Andalusian region as the province borders with the province of Cordoba.