Located in the midst of nature, in a protected zone for birds of prey and set in one of the Comunidad de Madrid/'s prettiest pine grove areas; landscapes that offer outdoor activities such as trekking, mountain-biking, horse-riding, fishing and bird-watching. The area is also the ideal base from whi see morech to visit Segovia, Ávila, El Escorial, Valle de los Caídos, Toledo and Madrid itself.
La Fresneda campsite is located in the Cuenca Alta del Manzanares regional park and on the borders of La Pedriza natural park and the Santillana reservoir water-bird reserve. The many autochthonous ash trees that dot the campsite provide ample shade in these natural areas, emblematic of the southern see more slopes of the Sierra de Guadarrama.
The town was declared World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1984. Known as the Spanish Versailles, in 1561 the King Philip II declared it Royal Site and it became the Royal Family spring residence. Its gardens, the Royal Palace, the Flowerbed, the King’s Gardens and the Prince’s Gardens are one o see moref the most interesting green areas in Europe. The Aranjuez Casino, the restaurants and bars are the main attraction of one of the most important cultural and historical cities of Spain.