In the vicinity of the lagoon of Taravilla, in the course of the Upper Tajo river, we find the town of the same name. To the south-east of the province of Guadalajara we find Taravilla, an exceptional viewpoint over the lands crossed by the Tajo river in the wildest part of its course. Forests and sierras are crossed by gorges and ravines, the ideal habitat for a rich and diverse fauna. Hunting species (both game and small game hunting), and birds of pray, are the most numerous varieties in this area. The medieval parish church, which underwent significant alterations of its original design, is among the most important cultural, historic and artistic resource in town.