Location and Contact:
- Contact person: Town Hall Portaje
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- Website address: www.portaje.com/
A stroll through the streets of this town will enable you to make contact with its people, its culture, its traditions and popular festivals so that you can experience Extremadura in full.
- Young people
- Single people
- Senior citizens
- Single people
Royal Prison Museum
Just like in a bee-hive, the cells of this prison hold the essence of the main historic moments of the city of Coria
A perfect place to learn about the history of Christianity and the city's culture in depth
Coria Castle, declared a site of cultural interest, is located in the Cáceres city of the same name and you can make out part of the Alagón River plains from its high tower.
Hermitage of the Virgin of Argeme
The beautiful hermitage of the Virgin of Argeme celebrating the patron saint of Coria is a Baroque style building which the visitor will find both unique and beautiful.
Parish Church of San Andrés Apóstol
Architectural monument classified as a Cultural Heritage Site. The simple but attractive exterior and the richness of the interior make this an obligatory visit.
Palace of the Dukes de Alba
Originally the house was conceived as a defensive construction, but was later it became a stately home with beautiful gardens.
Coria Episcopal Palace
The Episcopal Palace of Coria is located close to the cathedral of this town in the province of Cáceres, and was built in the 17th century.
Convent of Madre de Dios
A beautiful building that was renovated in the 14th and 16th century is what remains of the convent erected by Franciscan nuns in the 13th century. It is famous for its Mudéjar paving and traditional sweets.
Walled enclosure of Coria
The town of Coria in the province of Cáceres is still protected by a solid Roman wall which has kept it safe from all kinds of attacks for centuries.
The Holy Shroud of Coria
This relic, considered one of the most important in Christianity, is on display in the Museum of the Cathedral of Coria. The tradition goes that the shroud was used by Jesus at the Last Supper with the twelve apostles.