If you like wine, this is your route!
San Martin de Valdeiglesias can be reached by public transport from the city of Madrid, through the intercity bus line or spend the night the night before in one of the accommodations offered in the area. To transport your bike on the bus, check the regulations before planning your trip.
San Martín de Valdeiglesias, located in the Alberche river basin, offers countless tourist attractions such as the San Juan Reservoir, one of the beaches of Madrid; the Coracera Castle; or the Enchanted Forest.
Start the route in the direction of the Bodega Bernabeleva, to do this cross San Martin de Valdeiglesias to take the N-403, cross the traffic circle and take the first exit on the left, for this be very careful when crossing the road. The winery has 35 hectares of old vineyards that leave a beautiful landscape where to make a first stop. The main grape variety is garnacha, followed by albillo, muscatel de grano menudo and tinta morenillo. Other varieties appear in a testimonial form.
We resume the route in the direction of Cadalso de los Vidrios, traveling through the countryside along the Arroyo de Agilas. This is a tough stage, with steep ascents and fun descents. On your arrival in Cadalso, you cannot miss the La Mezquita site, composed of the remains of a Romanesque-Mudejar church, which was totally ruined at the end of the 20th century, as well as the surrounding cemetery, with tombs from the 11th and 12th centuries on the outside of the temple, and other more modern ones with Masonic engravings on the roofs.
Your next stop is Cenicientos. This part of the route is circular and ends back in Cadalso de los Vidrios, so if you find yourself with little strength you can cut the route. Once back in Cadalso, do not hesitate to make a stop to visit the Palace of the Marquis of Villena before heading back to San Martin de Valdeiglesias.
Distance: 38.7 km
Positive elevation gain: 610 m
Negative vertical drop: 610 m
Maximum height: 870 m
Minimum height: 629 m
Circular route: Yes
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