The Alcarria is a natural region in Castille. It is located mainly in Guadalajara Province but also overlaps those of Cuenca and Madrid. Its principal attractions are its fauna and flora and it is noted for its honey and a special breed of lamb.
The most notable towns in the region are: Almonacid de Zorita, Brihuega, Cifuentes, Guadalajara, Illana, Priego, Jadraque, Mondéjar, Pastrana, Sacedón, Trillo and Villalba del Rey.
The region figures prominently in the travel book Viaje a la Alcarria by Camilo José Cela.