Castilla-La Mancha is composed of two types of very different landscapes: the Meseta, an immense plain where the relief consists of the Mountains of Toledo, and the Sistema Central, situated north of Guadalajara. The most characteristic landscape is without a doubt that of the plain filled with windmills, but also the vineyards and fields of olive trees in the southern part of the region.
This region is one of the driest in the country and the reason why nature here is so particular and fascinating. As a general rule, it consists of steppe vegetation. As for fauna, it is characterised by its wealth of game animals.