Extremadura is a surprising destination, full of water, life, nature and culture. Discover a region with innumerable secrets waiting to be revealed.
Llerena is the most important town in the Campiña Sur area, in the south of the province of Badajoz. Declared a site of historical and artistic interest, it offers visitors a host of monuments representative of its exciting history. In the surrounding area, the Natural Monument of the Jayona Mine, the spectacular shrine of Nuestra Señora del Ara or the Roman theatre of Casas de Reina complete a trip full of images to remember.
The town of Alcántara, west of Cáceres, forms part of the International Tagus Natural Park. The famous Roman bridge of Alcántara, built in the age of the emperor Trajan, and the convent of San Benito are two of the biggest attractions here - two impressive monuments you should not miss.
The town of Hervás, sheltered by mount Pinajarro, is an authentic paradise for nature and rural tourism enthusiasts. The Ambroz Valley offers fascinating scenery, especially in spring and autumn. For more active visitors, the area around Hervás has some natural swimming pools in summer, and a ski resort for the winter.
The former Jewish quarter, the churches, the palaces and the museums round off the range of cultural options of a town that is always welcoming and unforgettable.
Garrovillas de Alconétar has a very strategic location, extremely close the provincial capital of Cáceres, Plasencia, Monfragüe, Alcántara, Mérida and other essential destinations in Extremadura, whilst conserving the inviting tranquillity of a small town.
The surroundings of the region of Las Hurdes is one of the most privileged rural tourism areas in Cáceres, with abundant pristine nature, a pleasant climate with cool summers and a spectacle of meandering rivers with crystalline waters, natural pools and impressive landscapes.
San Martín de Trevejo, in the northwest of the province of Cáceres, is located in the Sierra de Gata district. The surroundings and nearby municipalities are perfect for rural tourism. The picturesque villages of the region and the famous assortment of natural swimming pools make this place a unique setting in which to relax.
Jerte is a small municipality in the Jerte Valley, through which the river of the same name flows. The surroundings are perfect for rural tourism: hiking routes and natural swimming pools in the Garganta de los Infiernos nature reserve make this place a paradise for nature tourism.