Urban complex of EstriéganaEstriégana (Guadalajara)GPS: 41.057701110839844, -2.5239500999450684
In addition to its Bronze Age sites and Celtiberian necropolis, this noble town, 75 km from Guadalajara, has an urban ensemble of great touristic interest. If we are going through the Northern Sierra of Guadalajara we cannot miss stopping to check out this small village of less than 30 inhabitants, in which we can also enjoy its Romanesque church.
WHAT WE’LL SEE
Its urban complex stands out among the rest of the area for its large houses with lovely rural architecture, made of ashlar and red sandstone with whitewashed facings. The most characteristic was built in 1626 and it has on its facade a cross inscribed in it.
The Celtiberian and Bronze Age sites are must-sees.