Ciudad Encantada, Villalba de la Sierra

Categories: Geologic Formations, Nature & Parks, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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3.8/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web
Ciudad Encantada is a group of unique rocky formations shaped by ice, wind, and water. The rocks resemble humans, objects, and animals, and have been labeled with descriptions. You will find a mushroom, a bridge, a face, a turtle, bears, a theater, and more. This site has appeared in multiple films, including "Conan the Barbarian." Located within the Serranía de Cuenca Nature Reserve, the rocks are surrounded by plant life, including oaks and junipers. For travelers who use our custom trip planner, Villalba de la Sierra holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Ciudad Encantada and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • To get it is a little away from everything but nice to see forests, Park is a curious walk with giant rocks in a forest that seems really happy. The worst thing is the price that a family has to pay almost € 20 per camper stroll seems excessive, bearing in mind that there is almost nothing to keep there. Not suitable for trolleys of child, barely enough.
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  • The truth is that at least, is curious. There are countless giant rocks on a hill full of pine trees, which form a beautiful landscape. What look like rocks with animals and so on, because it makes you go you a pretty fun ride. €5 entry that are worth.
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  • Not bad all, travel easily and without difficulty. Something wrong, put the price of the ticket, it seems a little unfair.
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  • Imprescindible la visita guiada...
  • Great place to explore
  • Its price being something of nature and his co-owner more acted as caretaker of the place, a woman despot, poorly educated, racist and intractable, I witnessed as it drove out to a family of the site, without justification, shouting and insisting that they were in America, which was notable was an act of xenophobia.
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  • Private, with a travel is a very very easy. The route is well signposted and all well explained, but on the map that make it easier to buy the ticket do not go all the figures you find in travel. We saw in a book that he had more, but not out in this brochure. For the others, this very well.
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  • It is a must-see if you go through cuenca, it is worth approaching especially if you like a little nature, it has different sections and various formations with special names, only the surroundings are worth the visit and but in some areas of the Park you feel overwhelmed by the history geologica. Do not get 5 stars maybe expected more when I went but I do not regret having gone.
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