Pedro Muñoz is a municipality in the autonomous community of Castile-La Mancha, Spain. It is located in the northeast corner of the province of Ciudad Real, on the bank of the Záncara river. It is in the La Mancha region, in the "Mancha Alta" sub-region. It is a small municipality, 101.3 km2, due to being abandoned as a municipality in 1410; however, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries it grew into an important economic center in the region. Pedro Muñoz has 45.27 businesses for each 1000 inhabitants.
The village has an important architectural heritage of manor houses, hermitages and the Renaissance and Baroque church of St Peter the Apostle. It also has a natural and ecological heritage composed of a protected complex of wetlands, visited by many species of migratory birds.