Bungalow Madrid

As the capital of Spain, Madrid often draws many tourists to its beautiful streets with historical significance. The city lies on the riverbank of Manzanares and is the “capital” of tourism by housing the United Nations’ World Tourism Organization. Except for its obvious importance for the world, this city is ready to surprise you with remarkable culture and a nature otherwise not so typical for a city of this caliber.

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Bungalow Madrid

As the capital of Spain, Madrid often draws many tourists to its beautiful streets with historical significance. The city lies on the riverbank of Manzanares and is the “capital” of tourism by housing the United Nations’ World Tourism Organization. Except for its obvious importance for the world, this city is ready to surprise you with remarkable culture and a nature otherwise not so typical for a city of this caliber.

Bungalows in the region of Madrid are usually located in the suburbs or the outskirts of the city. Away from the daily crowds and noise, they will give you a chance to relax and enjoy the Spanish weather, while being a short trip away from some of the most significant historical spots in Spain. Our bungalows are equipped with modern amenities despite the deceived traditional Spanish interior from the past century. Moreover, staying in a bungalow helps you feel connected with nature while still enjoying the advantages of a regular house!

Nature in and out of Madrid

Madrid is quite deceiving – people have an impression that it is all about historical monuments, tapas and wine. However, Madrid is also one of the greenest capitals in Europe and its parks and protected areas are ready to take your breath away. Of course, El Retiro is the most famous park on the city’s territory. It was originally a hangout place for royals, however today it has turned into a beautiful green area in the heart of the city. Stone fountains on a lush green background and a Crystal Palace create the perfect backdrop for your photos!

Kings and queens of Spain loved nature and throughout the country numerous parks, gardens and protected areas have been established by the royals to protect Spain’s greatest treasure – its nature. The Royal Botanical Gardens were established by King Carlos III in the late 18th century and were designed by one of the best architects at the time – Francesco Sabatini. There are more than 30,000 plant species in the garden awaiting for you to discover!

Head to Peñalara Natural Park to wander through Sierra de Guadarrama Mountain. The name of the park comes from the highest peak in this mountain system – Peñalara. The most interesting part of this protected area is the so-called Peñalara Cirque – a deep circular valley created by a glacier. The view from the peak into the cirque is breathtaking to say the least. If you are wondering what created this beautiful mountainous area it was the collision between the tectonic plates around 300 million years ago.

Activities

La Pedriza is another interesting feature in the Guadarrama mountain range. It is located on the southern slope of the range and it is an enormous granite boulder. As you have probably already guessed, this boulder has become a favorite place for hikers and rock climbers. Guadarrama is also a popular biking destination with many cycling routes taking you to the most beautiful mountain panoramas of Madrid. In the canyon of Somosierra mountain is the place for adrenaline enthusiasts. There you can canoe, jump or rappel through the Duraton River. Another unforgettable experience is paragliding over the same mountain range – get a bird’s view of Madrd’s beautiful nature.