Hundred-year-old bull ring inaugurated in 1910.
Built in masonry stone, it has six large enclosures, four pens with raised walkways, a stable, a horse courtyard, three access doors, an infirmary, a chapel, ten stands and a box for the authorities.
It can accommodate 3700 people and its dimensions are 55.6 m at the outer diameter with a 40 m diameter arena and an alley of 1.20 m.
Inside the village of Sacedón.
Address: 19120 Sacedón, Guadalajara.
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One of the clearest and most beautiful examples of the presence of the Cistercian order in the Iberian Peninsula.
Built in 1461, it crosses the Tagus River and connects the municipal districts of Auñón and Sacedón.
La Isabela Settlement
Ruins of an old spa, which then became a psychiatric hospital. These ruins were submerged, but are now above water again.