Los Navalmorales

  • Town Hall:
    • Tlfn.: 925 404 181 / Fax: 925 404 151
  • House of culture:
    • Tlfn.: 925 404 242
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Olive oil

Oil charge, in Los Navalmorales, great importance and is as much the farmers in the area who see Olivier his source of income. If you visit this town do not stop to taste your exquisite production of oil, in addition since it has wide variety of mills and coopertivas can you buy that delicious manja to give to their friends.

olive oil

Olive oil

As in many villages of the well known region of Los Montes de Toledo, the oil is part of the culture and gastronomy of the town and is not for less when this municipality has almanzaras and two baggers.


Forging a great importance in this town and is that this Township we find several workshops of forging in which tourists can purchase a variety of products made from this material. If you are in this town don't go through any of its Toledo forging shops.

Originally, Los Navalmorales were two distinct populations, Navalmoral de Pusa and Navalmoral de Toledo, and will not join until 1835. They belonged respectively to the jurisdictions of the Señorío de Valdepusa and the city of Toledo. Both municipalities were physically separated by the Brook of the place or the source, currently named with the same name of the town.

The first references written about Los Navalmorales, a document of February 5, 1209, in which Alfonso VIII dona Alfonso Téllez the town of Montalban with their corresponding terms are: "Ex parte Talauarie per ualle sicco, comfortable Hat uia adillos Mosaraues, et pergit ad illa calsata comfortable, et sicut uadit ad Vallmoral et deinde Naualuciellos, et postea usque ad illum portum ", et deinde usque ad Mauros quantum potueritis".

In 1357 he appears in the privilege of Pedro I, the creation of the Señorío de Valdepusa, granting him in favor of his notary mayor don Diego Gómez. The small population that was located within the Señorío de Valdepusa, granting him in favor of his notary mayor don Diego Gómez. The small population that was located within the Manor advocated the granting of privileges to those who came to inhabit these lands, granting letters pueblas. As they reflect the historical documents, Pusa Navalmoral not started to test until the beginning of the 15th century.

On the relations of Philip II already listed both Navalmoral de Toledo and Navalmoral de Pusa.

With respect to the Administration and Government of the village, the Marquis of Malpica always argued in this jurisdiction the Manor family and territorial. The Constitution of the Council occurred between the years 1489, which were only 12 neighbors, insufficient to constitute a Council.

In 1653, the place of Navalmoral, by a privilege of Felipe IV, could exempt from the jurisdiction of the town of San Martin, becoming "villa itself and on itself with civil and criminal jurisdiction", being empowered since then to have mayors without dependence of San Martín or of the Marquis of Malpica.

  • "Cristo de la Fuente" (second weekend of may)
  • "Corpus Christie" (with its majestic deputations carpets)
  • "Cristo de las Maravillas (Patron Saint Festival from September 12-17)
  • "Feria de Artesanía" (August 13-16)
  • "Verano y Navidad Cultural

Parroquia Nuestra Sra. de la Antigua

At the end of the 16th century began to construct this building of stone and brick. First thing that rose was the main Chapel and the other side two. Then rose the rest of the Church and sacristy. The upper dome and the main altar with a stunning gold altarpiece are carried out in the 17TH century Baroque style.

8 meters long Tower is perched on a pedestal ele stalls. It is composed of five bodies, four of them rectangula res and the octagonal fifth. The building is topped by a capital ele slate.
Los Navalmorales Tower is one of the best of Toledo and is Ja known as "The good girl". "

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Image of Nuestra Señora de La Antigua.

Chapel of San Antonio

With front door under the arch in brick with highlight in the fascia and plant they rectan gular between dividing walls. In the lateral façade is in finds a belfry of a single eye that it houses the Bell. Rectangular between dividing walls. Access door under m middle point in brick arch with highlight in the fascia. It is topped by m impaired uy moulded brick cornice. In the lateral façade an espadafia of one eye and the awkward Bill houses the Bell.

Justice roll

Perched on a stand of five steps, the column at cuyocapitel is encu in tra a curvilinear and fluted body and a laboreado Appendix, completed the set with a cross of iron. In the column can be read: "in two years 1665 DEJVUO" which was the date on which it was erected.

Chapel of Santo Cristo

The highlight of this Chapel are the landscapes seen from atop cel crerro. To the North across the sierra de Gredos, and the Tagus Valley can be seen. And to the South the tourist can enjoy contemplating the Montes de Toledo, since they have their beginning from this hill. Both East and West, is the Tagus Valley divista.

Chapel of the Remedios

The religious building is more anitiguo in Los Navalmorales. Built in masonry and brick nave rectangulau home with bow lowered with two small holes of window on both sides and a niche above the door. Rectangular and covered by HoD, ship the portad with ARC reduced has two hollow pequeinos of window on either side and a pequeina niche on door. Traversed by the line of fascia and topped by a belfry of one eye. Masonry and brick factory.

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