Monsalupe is a municipality located in the province of Ávila, Castile and León, Spain. According to the 2004 census (INE), the municipality has a population of 73 inhabitants.
Castro Celta las Cogotas., Cardeñosa: Celtic Castro Las Cogotas. It can be reached by car or hiking route, round trip duration two and a half hours. Next to the cogotas swamp and during the tour you can see the Calvary where the Via Crucis ends in Holy Week, Our Lady of the Berrocal Hermitage (former Templar center), Peña Caballera rock…
Ruta Arqueologica, El Recorrido Por los Emplazamientos Naturales de los Antiguos Pobladores, Cardeñosa: The good construction of the calzadilla, the castro de las Cogotas recently cleaned and restored, the habitats of ancient civilizations, boars and stone, ceramic and metal pieces. The Cogotas is a strategically located castro, defended by a double walled belt.
Laguna de el Oso: The El Oso Lagoon Reserve is made up of a couple of steppe lagoons, the largest - the El Oso Lagoon itself - has an area of 16 hectares and is included in the Regional Catalog of Wet Areas of Special Interest of Castilla y León . The Reserve is located in full cereal plain, surrounded by large pine…
Castro de las Cogotas, Mingorría: Las Cogotas is a walled town of the Iron Age that is located about 6 km southwest of the town of Cardeñosa, next to the Adaja River, at the end of the easternmost foothills of the Sierra de Ávila and with a maximum elevation of 1,156 m. It occupies a small natural elevation of the land, with two str…More places to see in Monsalupe