The Alces Park is a natural space located in Alcázar de San Juan. It has an area of 200,000 square meters. It was last renovated in 1995 and has been open to the public since then.

It has a great botanical diversity (cedars, cypresses, elms and exotic trees) and avian diversity (owls, pigeons, doves, hawks, blackbirds, etc.), which can be discovered through a series of information panels about the origin and development of these species. A huge green area, lung of the city, which has a special care by those responsible and residents. However, the park also serves as a leisure area for children with its playgrounds, and a sports circuit for jogging and cycling enthusiasts, in addition to maintenance equipment. Not to be forgotten is the water channel with small waterfalls that runs around the entire park and where you can enjoy the sight of ducks and geese, and a great variety of fish.

This space is also used as a cultural center since the “Poetry Night” is held in the Círculo de los Cipreses, as well as children’s activities and concerts during the Fiestas.

It is a recommended visit within the Route of Don Quixote.

Additional park information:

– Entrance for animals: yes, always leashed, except in the area reserved for dogs.
– Picnic areas: yes, in several areas in the park.
– Toilets: yes
– Opening hours: from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m.
– Sports circuit for jogging and cycling enthusiasts
– Several children’s playgrounds
– Kiosk with refreshments: yes, by the entrance of the Institutes.
– Use of climbing wall: If you are federated, please contact the Climbing Federation.
– Bird observatory: through mobile application
– Plant species: several important species in the area such as: cedars, cypresses, elms and exotic trees.
– Possibility of guided tours and environmental education activities.




The Cervantes Park is a linear park in Alcázar de San Juan, usually known as the Parque Viejo (Old Park), it has species of trees and bushes typical of the area. Lawned gardens and children’s play area. This park was created around the 1920s on the initiative of a Councilman of the time, Toribio Elvira, the most significant of the park is an outdoor library and a mill, which were built in 1928, This library was demolished and rebuilt between the years 80-90 through a school workshop. The library is made up of benches decorated with tiles that tell us passages from Don Quixote, just like the ones in the Fonda de la Estación, another significant point in our town.