Sleep in Coca

Sleep in Coca

During the Roman Empire Coca was considered one of the richest places of Spain. The Roman emperor Theodosius I was born there and built the wall and the tower. Even though, the most visited tourist sight is the Mudejar castle, an impressive building. The patron saint celebrations of August are also very famous for their bullfightings and their pyrotechnic display near the castle.

Now we recommend you the best places to spend the night in this Roman town.

Entrada al Castillo
Patio interior del Castillo

Located in a rural area, in Coca we can stay in rural houses or in rural apartments. Casa de la Paca is a very cheap and practical place to stay, where you will feel like at home. The owners are polite and they will give all the information you need. The breakfast stands out for its variety and its plenty.

La Era is a quite equipped rural house with DVD player, dishwasher and whirlpool bath. The garden is wide, with a well in the middle, restored by the owners.

In conclusion, a third option could be the rural house Las Barricas, quite good for its location and its cleanliness. The house is very well equipped and the treatment is wonderful, you will feel very comfortable.

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Casa de la Paca
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Casa la Era

The surroundings of Coca offer a variety of quality accommodations.

One of the best is certainly the rural house Don Alonso, in the village of Santiuste de San Juan Bautista. They offer a lot of services, including a fireplace, a wide hall, a table footbal, a well decorated garden with barbecue and swimming pool, perfect to refresh in the summer. Surely you will remember it for the rest of your life.

Another option is the Hotel Fray Sebastián, in the village of Nava de la Asunción, with pretty rooms and a high quality restaurant that fills up every weekend.

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Casa Rural Don Alonso
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Hotel Fray Sebastián

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