It is a beautiful plot of land just 10 minutes from the charming town of Arenas de San Pedro, in Ávila, Spain. There are pine trees, water in abundance and a breath-taking view of the Gredos Mountain range. It's located at the north of the River Arenal and south of the Pereñiles Road.
The Plot is 17811 sq metres in size
The plot is situated in a very quiet zone; with wonderful landscapes both in the countryside and the town of Arenas de San Pedro, adjacent to a protected natural reserve. The land is well maintained, completely fenced and is extremely peaceful.
We are pleased to offer you the opportunity to purchase this plain plot just a few minutes from the typical Spanish town of Arenas de San Pedro, in Ávila with all the facilities it has to offer.
Ávila, capital of the Spanish province of the same name, is a city in the rolling hill country northwest of Madrid. It’s best known for its intact medieval city walls, with 80-plus crenelated, semi-circular towers and 9 gates, including the arched El Alcázar, on the eastern side. Long sections atop the walls are walkable. At night, the lighted walls are a distinctive sight.
Arenas de San Pedro is a municipality located in the province of Ávila, Castile and León, Spain. Its seal depicts a large castle located in the town
In addition to its extensive heritage, Arenas de San Pedro is an interesting tourist destination thanks to its famous caves "Cuevas Del Águila", discovered in 1963, and located six kilometers away from the town.
In the city center we see the remarkable castle of Triste Condesa (the Sad Countess), with a great keep; the Gothic 16th-century church of Nuestra Señora de Asunción, with a splendid belltower; and the palace of the Infante Don Luis de Borbón. It is also essential to visit the sanctuary of San Pedro de Alcántara, from the 16th century, declared a Historic-Artistic Heritage in 1972. Located three kilometers away from Arenas, this sanctuary was remodeled in the 18th century, following the plans of architect Ventura Rodríguez, who erected a magnificent funerary chapel. In the orchard, there is a thornless rosebush that, legend says, is a miracle performed by San Pedro de Alcántara. The museum in the Royal Chapel exhibits an interesting collection of liturgical precious metalwork.