Cobisa is a municipality located just 7 kilometres from Toledo, in the region of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain. To reach the municipality we take the "Carretera del Valle", as the road that runs through the Los Cigarrales area is known, which leads to the Parador de Turismo in the capital; from here we take the TO-7901-V that takes us to our destination. It is surrounded by farmland and the Toledo Mountains, which offer outdoor activities. The proximity to Toledo allows you to explore its rich historical and cultural heritage, including monuments, churches and its famous cathedral. The region is renowned for its gastronomy, with dishes such as roast lamb, exquisite game meats, migas and Manchego cheese. Cobisa has good road and public transport connections to other towns. In short, it is a peaceful place with access to a historic town, natural landscapes and traditional flavours.

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The city of Toledo is located just a few kilometres from Cobisa and is famous for its medieval old town. You could explore the Cathedral of Toledo, the Alcázar of Toledo, the Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes and many other historical attractions.

Toledo Cathedral

The Cathedral of Santa María, also known as the Primate Cathedral of Spain, is a Catholic temple of Gothic architecture in Toledo, considered by some to be the opus magnum1 of this style in Spain. It is a must-see on any tour of the city.

Puy Du Fou theme park

Puy du Fou opened its doors in Toledo in 2019 with the acclaimed night show: The Toledo Dream. In 2021, the large daytime park opened with a spectacular world to travel through history with grandiose shows, several period villages and an endless number of corners where you can taste local gastronomic products.

Alcazar of Toledo

Located in the highest part of Toledo, it is the current headquarters of the Army Museum, so a visit is a double obligation, both for its architectural value and for the treasures you will find inside.

The "Don Quijote Route"

The Toledo Don Quixote Route is a tourist itinerary that covers different places related to the masterpiece of Spanish literature, "Don Quixote de la Mancha", written by Miguel de Cervantes. This route allows you to follow in the footsteps of the characters of the novel while exploring the beautiful landscapes and villages of the region of La Mancha.

Casa del Greco Museum

The El Greco Museum, formerly known as Casa Museo del Greco, is a house-museum located in the city of Toledo and dedicated to the painter Doménikos Theotokópoulos, better known as El Greco . . It contains the oil painting The Burial of the Count of Orgaz, considered one of the author's best and most admired works.