Holidays in Segovia A few kilometres from the Madrid capital populated there are two of Spain’s least populated provinces; Avila and Segovia. As for Segovia, the same capital could say that it is a small village, compared with any locality of the Madrid metropolitan area. In addition to the capital of the province, only three locations exceed almost 5000 inhabitants (Cuellar, San Ildefonso and El Espinar) which implies that the practice all of the province rural areas, small towns composed it and on many occasions villages or hamlets very small. The province currently includes two natural parks; The Hoces del Rio Duraton and Sierra de Guadarrama. Areas of natural and scenic beauty. This natural attraction joined the cultural attraction and architecture of Segovia, World Heritage capital; routes such as the castles or the Romanesque; as Pedraza, Sepulveda, Riaza, and Ayllon-medieval villages; and the delicacies of the purely Castilian gastronomy as the suckling pig, suckling lamb, the beans from the Farm or the segovian punch.
This contrast of nature, ancient culture and rural charm a step away from the big city is what produces a continuous transfer of visitors on weekends. It truly is worth take a small breather, a getaway or vacation to know something so close in distance and so distant in time. Pedraza’s barn, house rental for holidays can be a quality option at the same time that economic to enjoy the rural surroundings and navigate to all the tourist area of the province.