For those of you that bring along your little ones, Ledesma offers a range of very attractive activities so they too can enjoy the local history and nature in a fun way.
If you’d like them to learn a bit about the culture of the place they are visiting, while having fun, the town has a number of alternatives based on this theme.
The History Interpretation Centre –Bletisa–, has also taken children into consideration: they can dive into the history of Ledesma using the media they like best, such as interactive displays, games, audiovisuals, tricks of the light… And to complement their visit to the centre, they will be offered a booklet with stickers, riddles, etc. so that they follow the urban route while tracking down clues around the alleys of the old town.
However, you can also discover the town’s culture through theatrical tours, on which participants learn the most important aspects Ledesma’s history from the mouths of emblematic figures.
To make your (or their) Ledesma visit complete, we suggest they take a closer look at the local traditions. We have arranged a number of activities that will enable the little ones to take part in some of our customs: traditional games at the Fortress’ bailey, handcraft workshops or bakery workshops to make the famous Ledesma rosquillas (doughnuts).
If you would like the young ones to enjoy the natural environment and do some physical activities, then in Ledesma, there are a number of possibilities to do so: Orienteering Event, geocaching or “modern treasure hunting”, a network of paths of varying difficulty to practice hiking or ATB, canoeing routes, archery, sports areas with a climbing wall, family routes and activities…
And, at the end of a fun but exhausting day, Ledesma has a good variety of restaurants where kids can enjoy children’s menus while the adults sample the traditional local dishes.