This small municipality in the Montes de Toledo has just 700 inhabitants, and was previously known as “El Pozuelo” for a small well that generated enough water for the population. The name was changed over time because a church was built in honor of San Martín, and that the Lord of Valdepusa was the owner of the land.

It is believed that this area was already populated since Visigothic times, there are remains that prove its occupation since the 12th century.

We share these presentations made by the Montes de Toledo Rural Development Group.