This Finca is characterized by the sloping hills and valleys with seasonally occurring streams.
The vegetation is typically the Mediterranean with Holm oaks, large oak trees, junipers, and ash trees.
There are 10 artificial ponds that flow and collect rainwater ensuring a consistent water supply throughout the year.
There are many permanent and well-established wells, which are equipped with stone pylons and troughs for better water conservation.
There is a large variety of species present in the Coto, as it is an area with ideal conditions for maintaining larger hunting populations.
Hunting grounds include the following species: Deer, mouflon, wild boar, and roe deer. Currently, the main use is game hunting, although, given the quality of the pastures and its extensive Holm oak, it could also be used for livestock.
This wonderful estate with vast forests of centuries-old Holm oaks and meadows is nestled between the Sierra de San Vicente and the Sierra de la Higuera, near the origins of the Tiétar River.
It has carefully built stone constructions dating from the beginning of the last century. The estate is located to the west of the province of Madrid and 74 km from Avila and 67 km from Toledo, allowing easy access to visit any of these cities in a day.