Located in Alcaraz, Albacete in central Spain, this hostel has 60 places, divided between double, triple and family rooms with shared bathrooms and double rooms with private bathrooms. On the first floor there is a reception room for a capacity of 80 pax with audiovisual equipment for talks and conferences.
In the garden outside the Albergue, you can watch Eurasian Blackbird, Common Swift , Barn Swallow, House Martin, Sardinian Warbler, Blackcap, Great Tit, Eurasian Scops Owl, Common Nightingale and other typical species. It´s easy to come across Griffon Vulture and Bonelli´s Eagle in the skies above Alcaraz and in the surrounding area Iberian Azure-winged Magpie, Spanish Sparrow, Great and Little Bustard and Pin-tailed and Black-bellied Sandgrouse. Sightings of Spanish Imperial eagle, Eurasian Black Vulture and Black-winged Kite are becoming more frequent in the area.
The area is also botanically rich, with several threatened endemics including Coincya rupestris. If you are interested in herps, the area plays host to Betic Midwife Toad and Spanish Keeled Lizard, both restricted to this area of Spain.