Gascueña de Bornova Travel Guide

  • New House
    New House
    by angsan
  • Typical House of
    Typical House of "Arquitectura Negra"
    by angsan
  • Gascuena Road
    Gascuena Road
    by angsan

Gascueña de Bornova Things to Do

  • by angsan Updated Feb 28, 2004

    Between Gascuena de Bornova and Pradena de Atienza, to two kilometres and a half of the first one, one finds a path put up signs with the letters A R of blue painting, of which it splits the way towards the top, after three hours of way it comes near up to the hermitage that crowns the mountain.
    Hermitage of the High Saint King of the Majesty, the legend attributes his construction to the Templars, it was reconstructed in the year 1785, it is of coarse masonry with vault of half a cannon, more advisable is the impressive panoramic view that it includes from Sierra de Guadarrama to the Sistema Iberico.
    In the southern part one finds Alcorlo's reservoir where retame the water of the river Bornova, to east Atienza's castle is spied haughty, in the northern part the "Sierra de la Pela", and westwardly the "Macizo de Ayllon" and the " Pico del Ocejon".

    Sunset in Sierra del Alto Rey - Guadalajara -
    Related to:
    • Architecture
    • Eco-Tourism
    • Hiking and Walking

    Was this review helpful?

Gascueña de Bornova Transportation

  • by angsan Written Feb 29, 2004

    The only way of acceding to these villages is by means of car, the distance are approximately 132 Kms from Madrid or 82 Kms from Guadalajara city.

    It is important to have the deposit full of petrol, the gas station nearby it is not less than fifty kilometres

    Was this review helpful?

Instant Answers: Gascueña de Bornova

Get an instant answer from local experts and frequent travelers

14 travelers online now


Gascueña de Bornova Travel Guide
Map of Gascueña de Bornova

View all Gascueña de Bornova hotels