Pinto is a municipality in the Madrid Region that has a population of 51,526 inhabitants.
The city, which term covers 62.7 square kilometres, is located 20 km from the capital and just 30 kilometres from the Adolfo Suarez-Madrid airport. This situation makes Pinto one of the best connected cities in Spain.
In addition, Pinto is part of the most important communications hub in Spain, the Southern Economic Corridor, having the A4 highway that connects Madrid with Andalusia.
The city has managed to preserve its natural space, positioning itself as the city in the south of Madrid with the most green areas, exactly 27 square meters per person. Among these many green areas, the Juan Carlos I Park stands out.
Pinto also has all the services of the big cities and enjoys high levels of quality of life. Among its strengths, the solidity of its economy stands out, strongly marked by the industry.
Future industrial activities will take place in two large areas located between the Parla and Fuenlabrada highways, to the west of the Mateu-Cromo Industrial Estate, and to the north of the current Cascajal and Pinto Estación industrial estates, in a way that gives continuity to the roads that were already planned within these estates for future extensions.