Campo de Montiel Hunts is a traditional family organization, formed by real hunters, with an experience of over 40 years, specializing in battue hunting of the native red-legged partridge.
Tebar family has demonstrated great passion and admiration for battue partridge hunting over the years, being lovers of the countryside, its environment and its people, inheriting and sharing several generations of father to son experience, knowledge and wisdom, necessary for appropriately managing hunting ground and farms.
With such a solid ground and always respectful for the laws and regulations regarding the management of the cynegetic environment, it's main focus is bringing the hunter as closer to the land and hunting grounds as possible, building up unforgettable memories of the enjoyment and delight of the native red-legged partridge huntings offered by Campo de Montiel Hunts.Located in Ciudad Real province, the area and it's hunting grounds, known as "The heart of La Mancha" ("El corazón de La Mancha"), havea a deep and significant history and traditions, specially Campo de Montiel, where the adventures of "Don Quixote" took place.The hunts take place in a variety of fields and impressively distinct landscapes that make Campo de Montiel such a great hunting fields, where world-renowned figures haved dueled.
The battue hunts organized by Campo de Montiel Hunts always emphasize the traditions and quality of the game, being the native red-legged brave, strong, high-flying partridges.
The success of the Tebar family organization stands in contrast to other lower-leveled hunting organizations in Spain, because in our farms or hunting grounds there are "NO" artificial canvas or fabric shooting spots that break with tradition, but rather hand-made re-built every year with natural products found in the environment, such as stone or wood.
And, most importantly, Campo de Montiel Hunts makes a stand in "NOT" offering caged game huntings, unlike other organizations that offer cheaper but ridiculous hunts, disregarding quality and tradition in order to increase their revenue or minimize effort or costs.