Castile-La Mancha (Spanish Castilla-La Mancha) is an autonomous community of Spain.
Castile-La Mancha is bordered by Castile and León, Madrid, Aragon, Valencia, Murcia, Andalusia, and Extremadura. It is one of the most sparsely populated of Spain's autonomous communities.
The capital of Castile-La Mancha is Toledo.
Castile-La Mancha was formerly grouped with the province of Madrid into New Castile ("Castilla la Nueva"), but with the advent of the modern Spanish system of semi-autonomous regions (las autonomías), it was separated due to great economic disparity between the capital and the remaining New-Castilian provinces.
It is in this province where the famous Spanish novel Don Quixote by Cervantes takes place. Although La Mancha is a windswept, battered plateau (manxa means parched earth in Arabic; hence La Mancha is not definitively related to the Spanish word mancha, or stain, which is derived from Latin macula) it remains a symbol of the Spanish culture with its sunflowers, windmills, Manchego cheese and Don Quijote.
Class : No of rooms : 295 City : Toledo Address : Ctra. Toledo-Avila km. 2.750
The Beatriz Toledo both modern and traditional in design, has superb views over the historical center of Toledo; an Imperial City declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and is located just 45 minute
Class : No of rooms : 31 City : Toledo Address : Espino, 10
Hotel Martin is situated in a quiet area with easy parking, near the Puerta de Bisagra (main access to the historical centre), the tourist information office and the Museo Hospital de Tavera.