In Tobed you can visit some places of artistic and environmental interest. First of all you must visit the church of Saint Mary, mudejar art of the XIV century, declared by the UNESCO Heritage of the Mankind.
Different images of the local church
You can also have some interesting walks in its forests ending in the fountains Ribazo, Molina, Collarte o La Teja (1/2 - 2 hours). If you're looking for something shorter, you can ascend to Los Abuelos just opposite the village or drive along the forests in several car tracks.
"Los Abuelos" in sierra de Algairén.
If you prefer sedentary life, in the bar "Tele-club" you can be in touch with the local people, paying unbeatable prices.
Town hall on the first floor and bar "Tele Club" on ground floor.
In several homes in the village you can purchase some home made products. Apart from the great variety of fruits and nuts of the season, we can recommend you honey, goat cheese and walnut cake and the flat bread called "coscarana"
Food made in Tobed.
In the village you can visit its forge where the local smith Manuel Cartagena makes many different designs of furniture and home equipment. You're welcome to visit the forge and see his catalogue of the items he can make.
Samples of forge works in Tobed.
The local ceramist, Conchi Gimeno, makes beautiful mudejar objects in her workshop "El Alfar".
If you've got children, another possibility can be to enroll them in the farm school "Casón de la Ribera", which sometimes offers open workshops in manual and environmental activities.
Kids in the school-farm
In summer, the public swimming pool is the gathering place for both locals and tourists.
If you'd like to have dinner at a restaurant, Mesón Mudéjar offers you a good choice for about 15€. Only weekends. Booking compulsory. Call owners Conchita 626 384 376 and Jesús 659 251 449.
Casa Rural "El Molino"
(00 34) 651 621 241 / 651 621 242