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Chinchon Day Tour

Tour Highlights

This wonderful Spanish town is steeped in history and traditions dating back to the early 11th Century. The tour takes you through the centre of town with its winding cobblestoned streets and the amazing terraced Plaza Mayor of Chinchon, used throughout the centuries for bull fights, festivals, parades and surrounded by cafes and restaurants where you can stop and try the local drink called ‘Anis’.  A tour that takes you back in time to a bygone era.

Plaza Mayor de Chinchon

Lady of Grace Church

Church of the Ascension

Lope de Vega Theatre

San Anton Hermitage

Casa de las Cadenas

Tour Information

Duration Time: 8 hours
Type of tour: Private Coach Tour
Departure Time: Daily. Flexible start times
Departure Point: Hotel or Airport
Group Size: Small & Large Group
Available Tour Languages: English, French, Italian, Dutch, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Japanese & Russian


  • Entrance Tickets into Museums
  • Lunch
  • Tapas

Full Tour Description

The picturesque town of Chinchon is an hour’s drive South of Madrid. This wonderful Spanish town is steeped in history and traditions dating back to the early 11th Century. The tour includes a walk through the town centre taking in the medieval plaza, Plaza Mayor de Chinchon, with its 235 wooden and brightly painted balconies, the 15th Century Baroque Church of the Ascension with its The Assumption of the Virgin by Goya, San Anton Hermitage the oldest building in the town, the Lope de Vegas Theatre and Clarisas Convent founded in 1563. The tour finishes at the Condes Castle with its commanding views over Chinchon.

During the tour there will be time to stop and try a glass of ‘Anis’ an aniseed liqueur typical of the region at one of the many local Chinchon mesons bars.


Tour Reviews
Ruth (US) – Day Trip to Chinchon: Our guide, Mate, was brilliant, so knowledgeable and very helpful. Chinchon is gorgeous, just free time to explore the quaint little town and buy some scrumcious ham, cheese, olives and of course the adults in the group tested the famous 'anis' licquor. The restaurant in Chinchon was also incredible. A quick tour of the wine cellars and a fantastic meal. The waiters were really kind and friendly with our students which was greatly appreciated.

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