San Fernando de Henares is a municipality in Spain, situated in Madrid’s province. This community is less than a thirty minute commute from the centre of the city of Madrid. The municipality is divided into the residential and the industrial parks situated between the village and the neighbouring town of Torrejon de Ardoz.
San Fernando Henares has an economy based on its agricultural products of olives, cereals, vegetables, cattle, and wool. It also has industries that include metalworking, mechanical engineering, food processing, and graphic arts. There are options for office space throughout the municipality of San Fernando Henares.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Worth seeing in San Fernando Henares is the Plaza of Spain and Fernando VI Square, the old Royal Textile Factory which now houses the town hall, and the statue of Fernando VI transferred in 1844 from the Royal Palace. Dining options include La Fragata – featuring stews and open for lunch only, La Rotonda – is a family-run restaurant serving a traditional a la carte menu.
The nearest major airport to San Fernando Henares is Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD/LEMD). This airport has international and domestic flights from Madrid, Spain and is 16 km (10 miles) from the village centre. Another major airport is Madrid-Cuatro Vientos Airport (MCV/LECU), which has international flights from Madrid, Spain and is 37 km (23 miles) from San Fernando de Henares. Public transportation in the area includes urban, night, and intercity bus lines, as well as the Madrid Metro service with Line 7 stopping at three stops in the municipality. The M-50 and M-45 motorways have junctions at the southern border of San Fernando Henares.