Castilla-La Mancha is a Spanish region situated in the southwest of Europe. Its central location in the Iberian Peninsula means that there is access to 60% of the Spanish population. It has over 2 million inhabitants (4.5% of the Spanish population) and shares borders with 7 other Spanish regions. 



In addition to this unique location, the region has a competitive infrastructure that facilitates the free movement of both people and goods both by road and by ordinary and high-speed rail, connecting Castilla La Mancha with its major markets.