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Featuring a tour desk and free Wi-Fi throughout, Hotel Pelayo guest house is located in the picturesque town of Alcalá del Júcar. The Roman Bridge and the Júcar River ar 33 feet away. It’s was lovely clean and comfy hotel staff very friendly. Easy to walk to a selection of restaurants near by. We got a bonus free bottle of quality wine delivered to room which was a lovely surprise
Featuring a restaurant and free Wi-Fi, Hostal D´Ernes is located in the picturesque village of Alcala del Jucar. This family-run hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with breakfast included. Quite friendly, flexible and helpful staff. The room and place in total was quiet. Unexpectedly clean bathroom! for such crappy room. Relatively close to the center.
Offering a restaurant serving breakfasts and local cuisine, Hostal Alcalá Del Jucar is set by Jucar River. The air-conditioned guest house features free Wi-Fi and impressive views. The town is stunning and for the price the hostal was excellent. Big room perfect shower easy walk to the old town parking close by helpful owner/manager. Nothing wrong at all :-)
Set in Alcalá del Júcar, Hostal El Júcar features a restaurant, bar and free WiFi throughout the property. A tour desk can provide information on the area. Lovely, plentiful breakfast, served and prepared by very polite and delightful staff. Rooms were very clean and tidy, good value.
Featuring a garden and BBQ facilities, Casas Rurales Olmeda offers rustic-style accommodations in Alcala del Jucar. With free parking, the property is a 50-minute drive from Albacete. The location was great to visit the village and the pool area was good.
Offering access to a shared swimming pool, Apartamentos Los Olivos is located in Alcalá del Júcar. The property offers rustic-style apartments with free Wi-Fi and a private balcony or porch. Location unexpected and fascinating. Staff friendly and helpful - Upgraded our booking as they were worried we might be disturbed by neighbouring building work in our original room. Looked like there were lots of facilities for groups/families.
Nice little place to visit. You only need a couple of days here at most and you’ve seen everything unless you’re taking part in water sports activities. Definitely not for people with mobility issues. Cuevas Del Diablo was amazing that you are inside the mountain. Castle was good too.
A gem of a place situated on the Jucar Gorge with houses set inside the rock-face. very picturesque. Sights to see are the Castle, the caves (3 different ones) and the gorge with the river Jucar running through. A must visit is the restaurante El Mirador which id perched atop of the gorge looking down onto the town. The food here was exceptionally good with large portions and very competitively priced ( in fact cheaper than the main one in the town)!
You can explore the village in half a day - the castle is definitely worth a visit. There are walks you can start from the village - an easy flat walk to Tolosa, running alongside the river. Great scenery. Approx 11km round trip from centre. The best scenery, in our opinion, is when you explore the canyon around Villa de Ves. The steep cliffs reach their highest here at approx 200m. There are lots of water activities, such as kayaking, in the warmer months. The Jucar canyon is Spain's best kept secret for foreigners!
We enjoyed wandering around the streets. Very narrow and sometimes quite steep. Cars even drive on some of them, including down steps! Fascinating how the town is built into the mountainside. The Cuevas del Diablo are definitely worth seeing. Make sure you go up the stairs to the top and through the tunnel.
It is a beautiful town with unique geography as it rises from a craig in the gorge of the Júcar river. The houses, many caved from the soft limestone, rise in circles on our way to the Castle. It is worth visiting one or more caves, we went to la Cueva del Diablo which is amazing, full of artifacts collected by the owner, nicknamed el Diablo! The timetables for the Castle and Church can be consulted at the Tourist Office (when it´s open!) or at the Castle. Apart from this, there are numerous walks of different lenghts, information at the Castle which offer wonderful views of the town, the river and the surrounding countryside.
For just wanting to relax, see some unusual little sites in a laid back small Spanish town. It's the place to go, lots of restaurants and a few bars for such a small town. Right on a river with lots of routed walks, cycle rides. We went to see the town and enjoyed it immensely not a lot to see and do if you stay in the town, but enough for a day, if into walking a longer time there would be good.
Staff was incredibly friendly and helpful, monitors engaged and also very friendly. The location was stunning, the houses very clean with enough space and a great kitchen. The activities offered were great fun! We definitely wan to come again, with friends.
It’s was lovely clean and comfy hotel staff very friendly. Easy to walk to a selection of restaurants near by. We got a bonus free bottle of quality wine delivered to room which was a lovely surprise
Clean, very comfortable, good value, great favilities and very pleasant staff
extra activities like conoeing,beautiful sites, spacious townhouse.