Runs tours on Saturday dedicated to the one-eyed princess of Éboli, Ana Mendoza de la Cerda, who was imprisoned in Pastrana in 1581 for a love affair with the Spanish King Felipe II’s secretary.
Stop at the tourist office for a map of walks around the village and beyond. If it’s closed, there are detailed signboards with maps nearby.
The tourist office also contains a small museum displaying local costumes and paraphernalia relating to the town's customs and festivals.
Just down the hill from the cathedral. Opens and closes an hour later in the afternoon in summer.
Book here for tours of the medieval Túneles de Alfonso VIII that honeycomb the old town.
In Cuenca's new town with plenty of information and a good city map.