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La Casa del Molino occupies an exceptional location that offers various activity options. Although it is in a small, quiet village, its surroundings allow for organizing everything from relaxing weekends to disconnect, where countryside walks are the only concern, to exciting getaways with friends or fun weekends at the Warner Bros Theme Park, which is only 11 kilometers away.


Additionally, its location provides the opportunity to explore the Las Vegas region or to enjoy a cultural getaway visiting the picturesque towns nearby, such as Aranjuez or Chinchón. La Casa del Molino stands as the perfect starting point for all kinds of adventures, where each day offers a new experience to discover.

parque warner


Warner Bros Theme Park is located just 11 kilometers from La Casa del Molino and offers all the necessary activities to enjoy a wonderful day with the little ones. To get information about attractions, opening days, schedules, and prices, it is best to visit their website.



It was in 1940 when the two daughters of Magdaleno García, María and Magdalena, with the valuable support of their husbands, Jesús and Severiano, resumed the winemaking business that their father had started years earlier.


In 1990, the founder’s granddaughter, Mª Idalia Rubio García, took over the winery, and in 1999 she founded the current Agricultural Transformation Society. From that earlier time, only the underground cave with its original clay pots is preserved, as the winery was destroyed during the Civil War due to its location in the Jarama front zone.


La Cueva de la Luna
El quiosco Titulcia
La Trastienda
Restaurante Bar de Miro

Places of interest




The area boasts natural and tourist enclaves of great beauty and uniqueness, such as the Fauna Refuge of Laguna de San Juan, a Protected Natural Space by the Community of Madrid. This refuge is a meeting point for a large number of waterfowl, including Common and Tufted Pochards, Mallards, Gadwalls, Common Teals, Marsh Harriers, Purple Swamphens, and Imperial Herons. Other cataloged wetlands include Laguna de Casasola, San Galindo, and numerous springs and washhouses like Valdezarza, Valquejigoso, and Fuente Pata.


Regarding tourist and historical interest, Chinchón features a Main Square, the town’s principal square of medieval origin dating back to the 15th century. Its structure is irregular and flanked by porticoes and a total of 234 balconies.


Points of interest include the Casasola Castle, Cerro del Salitral, and Chinchón, which is endorsed by a succulent traditional gastronomic tradition. You can enjoy this in the various restaurants in the area, some of which are located in the balconies of the Main Square, where you can enjoy a sunny climate while tasting a succulent churrasco or any of the different specialties offered by local restaurateurs. All this can be accompanied by the background views of a traditional bullfight, as the Main Square is converted into a makeshift bullring, equipped with stands and sand, allowing the spectacle to be enjoyed from any of its balconies.



We can enjoy visits to the Gardens and Palaces, Royal Residences, savor the town square’s delicious strawberries with cream, buy a bunch of local wild asparagus, and taste a well-prepared traditional lunch by the river or in one of its authentic inns.


Aranjuez, a Cultural Landscape and World Heritage Site, and a Royal site of the Spanish monarchy since King Philip II named it so in 1560, is a fascinating place with superb architecture, set in a natural environment with greenery and water as protagonists.


Palaces, mansions, courtyards, domes, patios, balconies, clear streets, vast squares, careful urban planning, gardens, parks, avenues, groves, orchards, canals, paths, and walks.

Additionally, in Aranjuez, two interesting festivals are celebrated: The San Fernando Festivities on the last weekend of May and The Aranjuez Mutiny Festivities on the first weekend of September.



It’s one of the most famous sayings about the city, Madrid’s sky has that intense blue color that makes it so characteristic. As the capital of Spain since 1561, it hosts the most important state institutions as the central government’s headquarters, and is the official residence of the Kings and of major national organizations, such as the Royal Spanish Academy of Language; and international ones, like the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).


Spain’s capital is a cosmopolitan city that combines the most modern infrastructures and its status as an economic, financial, administrative, and service center. Madrid boasts a magnificent transportation network that allows for comfortable access by road, plane, train, or metro, offering one of the world’s best public transport services for internal commuting. The Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport, the main gateway to Spain and a connector to Latin America, is one of the world’s most important airports in terms of passenger numbers.


With an immense cultural and artistic heritage, a legacy of centuries of exciting history, Madrid has been the birthplace of such famous and universal figures as Lope de Vega, Calderón de la Barca, Francisco de Quevedo, Jacinto Benavente, Jardiel Poncela, José Ortega y Gasset, Gregorio Marañón, Juan Gris, Juan de Villanueva, Ruperto Chapí, Federico Chueca, and Joaquín Rodrigo, to highlight a few, and many other intellectuals, artists, and famous personalities who lived in the town.



The Historic City of Toledo is inscribed on the Official List of World Heritage Sites under the “Cultural Properties” category since 1986 for its landscape values, geographical setting, the embedding of the river, the Cigarrales, the Vegas, the location of the city on migmatitic rock (very ancient metamorphic rocks), and its viewpoints (La Granja, Virgen de Gracia, Santa Leocadia, San Cristóbal).


The city of Toledo is situated atop a granitic promontory that is surrounded and isolated by the deeply entrenched course of the Tagus River on the east, south, and west sides, while to the north it connects with the Castilian plateau through the region of La Sagra.

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