Plaza de Espana
A grand, semicircular plaza surrounded by the Renaissance-style government office complex, the Capitania General. The plaza was built for the 1929 Ibero-American exposition and features twin baroque towers, ornate lampposts and bridges with blue-and-white terracotta balustrades that span a canal. The tile mosaics set into the curving plaza wall represent Spain's provinces.
Campo de Criptana
An impressive cluster of windmills on a plateau above the town is the site of Silvando's assault on the "despoilers of the innocent."