Puertollano is a destination just waiting to be discovered, so it's time to pack your bags and read on to find out what to see and do during your visit by Avlo to Puertollano. Its location means history in this area pre-dates the appearance of humans, taking us back to the Carboniferous period!

The city has managed to combine its strong traditional mining legacy with the most modern artistic trends, making Puertollano a unique tourist destination.

The region's gastronomic products are undoubtedly another of its many attractions. Its Manchego cheeses, saffron and oil have their own Denomination of Origin and make for great souvenirs. Although you obviously can't leave Puertollano without sampling some of the region's wine on a terrace with friends: the perfect plan.

Puertollano is waiting for you! Travel by Avlo quickly, comfortably and sustainably and always at the best price. Avlo, the low-cost high-speed train, makes it easy for you.



Puertollano station is very well located and is open from 6:00 a.m. to 11:45 p.m. It also offers a range of services:

  • Information and customer service
  • Car hire
  • Taxi rank
  • Bus connection.
  • Connections to other Renfe train lines.
  • Adapted for people with reduced mobility
  • Car park 

Use our easy-to-use search engine to find all available Avlo, AVE (high-speed) and train schedules, fares and ticket prices to your destination.

  • Did you know that Puertollano is located in a volcanic area? That's right. Discover authentic geological treasures dating back more than 250 million years!
  • Nature lovers are in luck too! Puertollano is home to unique natural landscapes, like Valle de Alcudia and Sierra Madrona Natural Park and Dehesa Boyal, perfect for hiking or cycling.
  • It also boasts the first museum in Spain dedicated to a female photographer, the Cristina García Rodero Museum.
  • How about adding a touch of colour to your social networks? Make sure not to miss the mural by urban artist Okuda San Miguel.