El Madroņo


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El Madroņo

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Published since 1 June 2004

  • El Madroņo
    Ávila
  • El Madroņo
    Ávila
  • El Madroņo
    Ávila
  • El Madroņo
    Ávila
  • El Madroņo
    Ávila
  • El Madroņo
    Ávila
  • El Madroņo
    Ávila
  • El Madroņo
    Ávila


  • Holiday Housing Full to let
  • Sleeps: 4-7
  • Registration No.: Private house

  El Madroņo is pet friendly (ask the owner).  

El Madroņo is a newly built farmhouse. Self-catering and distributed as follows: two double bedrooms, a triple room (with king-size bed and one 90cm bed), a bathroom, and a kitchen-dining room separated by a bar.

In the double bedrooms, there are two 90cm beds. The triple bedroom has one king-size and one 90cm beds. The living room is a living room with kitchenette and features two armchairs, TV, heating, fireplace, sunlight and window glazing. The entire property has rural land.

Outside you can enjoy a porch with barbecue, Mauresque oven, and pool.

Description Summary:
Pet friendly Heating Swimming pool
BBQ Fireplace TV
On the outskirts Patio  

Environment & Activities El Madroņo

Location:

Located in a rural property to the edge of the village of Burgohondo (about 5,000 m2), in the area known by locals as El Madroņo.

Burgohondo is located in the geographic centre in Alberche. 7.5 km out of the 176 of the river goes through Burgohondo.

It has lush vegetation, composed mainly of alder, ash, willow, poplar, walnut, oak, pine, etc., and a rich and varied fauna, where you can find weasels, otters, herons, wild ducks, tortoises , chickadees, magpies, kites, etc.

In its waters: barbel, bream, "cachuelos", gobies and delicious trouts up Puente Arco, and in some gorges of cold, clear waters.

The municipality covers an area of ​​54.14 km˛. It has a population of 1,243 inhabitants, grouped in the built-up area, and scattered around the Alberche River. It also has various villages of diverse entity, old farmers villages near estates, hard to access, which explains its dispersion and seasonality. All of them now have something in common: location in beautiful places, and they recall jobs and lifestyles of yesteryear - bread ovens, huts, shoeing horses, natural sources...

Burgohondo features Abadía de Santa María, a former convent of the Order of St. Augustine, a Romanesque gem (birthplace of all the villages in the region) of the twelfth century, declared a National Historic-Artistic Monument in 1983. Its church stands near the remains of the 16th-century cloister, and a tower. In the round apse appear "verdugadas" in brick and Mudejar signs. These are also present in the paintings found behind the altarpiece. Its border, full of delicate images, is outstanding.
However, other constructions has deep roots and ancestry among neighbours: Old School, built by the residents to conduct classes for over forty years.

Puente de Puente Arco, Ermita de San Roque, Ermita de los Judíos, Plaza Mayor where bullfights are held...
There are numerous beautiful corners hidden in its streets, and various shields carved on the lintels of some houses.

The surroundings are incredibly beautiful. Being watered by the Alberche River, numerous gorges and mountain streams draw whimsical paths through the terrain.

Activities:

Moreover, Burgohondo offers lovers of hunting and fishing a wide range of activities. A varied wildlife such as red-legged partridge, hare, pigeon and wild boar also abounds, as well as barbel, bream, cachuelos, gobies and delicious trout. You can go horse riding and hiking, and enjoy the natural environmental wealth of this region.
The town has several festivals throughout the year, breaking the monotony of daily work.

Activities Summary:
Bike riding Quads Horse trails
Hiking   


(*) Distances in straight line