Mansilla de las Mulas is located on the banks of the Esla river from 17 km to León.
The town is located between the leonine mounts and Tierra de Campos, perhaps this is the reason for always being an important commercial center in the zone. It is of Roman origin but it developed partly because of its important role on the Camino de Santiago. Today, Mansilla de las Mulas still retains its medieval urban structure and part of the walled enclosure.
Its medieval town wall with 4 gates was well restored. The town’s significance is shown by a large number of refugees and churches found here.
Churches to provide services are Santa María and Nuestra Señora de la Gracia. The route enters the South and crosses an old stone bridge in the North.
Accommodation in Mansilla de las Mulas
|Hotel name||Type||Price range||Room type||Other|
|La Casa de Mansilla||Apartment||Mid-range||Private rooms||Kitchen, Washing machine, Balcony, Terrace, WiFi|
|Casa Belia||Holiday home||Mid-range||4 bedroom house||WiFi, Balcony, Washing machine, Kitchen|
|MENCIA||Holiday home||Splurge||5 bedroom house||Garden, Kitchen, Washing machine, WiFi|
What to see in Mansilla de las Mulas
Iglesia de Santa María
It was the first church to exist in the locality until the year 1220. The central image of the Virgin on the main altar is from the 16th century.
Pilgrims enter the town through the Gate of Castle, passing the monument of the Pilgrim.