Originally, Los Navalmorales were two distinct populations, Navalmoral de Pusa and Navalmoral de Toledo, and will not join until 1835. They belonged respectively to the jurisdictions of the Señorío de Valdepusa and the city of Toledo. Both municipalities were physically separated by the Brook of the place or the source, currently named with the same name of the town.
The first references written about Los Navalmorales, a document of February 5, 1209, in which Alfonso VIII dona Alfonso Téllez the town of Montalban with their corresponding terms are: "Ex parte Talauarie per ualle sicco, comfortable Hat uia adillos Mosaraues, et pergit ad illa calsata comfortable, et sicut uadit ad Vallmoral et deinde Naualuciellos, et postea usque ad illum portum ", et deinde usque ad Mauros quantum potueritis".
In 1357 he appears in the privilege of Pedro I, the creation of the Señorío de Valdepusa, granting him in favor of his notary mayor don Diego Gómez. The small population that was located within the Señorío de Valdepusa, granting him in favor of his notary mayor don Diego Gómez. The small population that was located within the Manor advocated the granting of privileges to those who came to inhabit these lands, granting letters pueblas. As they reflect the historical documents, Pusa Navalmoral not started to test until the beginning of the 15th century.
On the relations of Philip II already listed both Navalmoral de Toledo and Navalmoral de Pusa.
With respect to the Administration and Government of the village, the Marquis of Malpica always argued in this jurisdiction the Manor family and territorial. The Constitution of the Council occurred between the years 1489, which were only 12 neighbors, insufficient to constitute a Council.
In 1653, the place of Navalmoral, by a privilege of Felipe IV, could exempt from the jurisdiction of the town of San Martin, becoming "villa itself and on itself with civil and criminal jurisdiction", being empowered since then to have mayors without dependence of San Martín or of the Marquis of Malpica.