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Our tourist guide "Alameda del Valle - Natural Corner"
Alameda del Valle
A natural space
Alameda del Valle, a small town in the Sierra Norte de Madrid,
It is only 90 km away. From the capital. A magnificent location
in the Sierra de Guadarrama, in the heart of the Alto del Lozoya Valley.
Being surrounded by mountains, from Alameda you can contemplate
some of the most spectacular landscapes of the region, highlighting
the imposing mountainous profiles, the snowy summits, the flow
Lozoya River and the majestic panoramic views of the massif of
Peñalara (highest summit of the Community of Madrid).
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Everything you need to spend unforgettable days
Activities and services in a natural space without equal and with a great cultural heritage.
Civil and religious buildings with a great history on their walls with which to enjoy and learn.
Landscapes and ecosystems
Meadows, dehesas, forests, rebollares, encinares ... a multiud of different ecosystems.
Peñalara Natural Park and other areas of great natural interest in which to walk and meet nature.
Centers of interpretation, information and tourism innovation where to learn and know our spaces.
Service and research centers of the park and Puente del Perdón, C.E.A. The Quad ...
In a wonderful environment adapted to different needs, so that everyone can know our surroundings.
Find the best place to spend one or more nights and enjoy our town and surroundings.
Excellent bars and restaurants to take a break and taste the delights of the area.
Winter is also a wonderful time to get to know Alameda and its surroundings.
Alameda del Valle, is a town
with charm that enjoys
a privileged location,
surrounded by the Arroyo de la Saúca
and the Lozoya River and a spectacular
It is an ideal river environment for
Recreation and recreation.
The visitor will be able to observe the
mountain relief that surrounds it,
with the Carpetanos Mountains to the north
and Long Rope to the south,
that will not leave you indifferent.
Alameda del Valle in pictures