Carrascosa del Campo is a small village located in the center of Spain (Cuenca Castilla-La Mancha). It is surrounded by a landscape of small holm oaks between soft hills. The village has a population of 646 inhabitants and its economy is based mainly in agriculture and cattle raising.
Carrascosa is placed at 100 km from Madrid, joined by a highway. It takes an hour to get there. The village has a pharmacy and a Health Centre. There is a small hospital in the nearby village of Tarancón (25 km) and a general hospital in Cuenca (55 km), both available through highway. Carrascosa has a village pool, and there is also an artificial lake with plenty of leisure facilities by the river Valdejudíos.
The church of the Nativity of Our Laidy (centuries XV and XVI), the House of Scribes (1840) and the House-Palace of the Parada (centuries XVI and XVII), stand out among its monuments. In the countryside we can find excellent examples of popular architecture such as shepherd huts and the ancient sites form the Iron Age and roman period of Madrigueras, Fuente de la Gota and Cerro de la Muela, and Villaverde and Valdejudíos from the medieval ages.
Services you can find in Carrascosa del Campo.
Even if it is a small village, it has several grocery stores, a pharmacy, etc (If you require special medication, however, we encourage you to bring enough for the time you will be staying with us.)