Nature, historical heritage, culture, gastronomy, modernity and tradition combine in this region where you will enjoy your journey with all five senses. Live out the Extremadura experience! MORE INFORMATION
One of the lushest areas in the region, whose beauty peaks in springtime. A pleasure in all senses.
A region located in the very centre of the province of Badajoz, rich in gastronomy, cultural events and historical and archaeological remains.
If you travel to the south of the province of Badajoz, you can discover incomparable beauty spots steeped in history, legend and nature.
Cultural heritage, natural beauty spots and ornithology come together in these two regions of the province of Cáceres.
These regions are dotted with natural pools of crystal-clear waters that beckon one to swim in them on summer days.
This district of Badajoz, which was declared a Biosphere Reserve on 19th June 2019, offers nature, heritage, five large reservoirs for bathing and practising water sports, and authentic gastronomy.
In southeast Extremadura these two districts welcome us with their extensive plains, their heritage villages, their castles, their churches, and their excellent gastronomy. Let us mention the most noteworthy aspects for a trip to these territories rich in history, culture, and nature.
Sailing international waters and watching eagles and vultures fly by. Visiting dozens of dolmens just over just a few kilometres. Crossing the Alcántara bridge, one of the most impressive bridges in the Roman empire. Tracing the steps of the Knights of St. Julian, tasting a cuisine full of pastoralistic, monastic and Portuguese influences.
The county of Vegas Altas del Guadiana, located at the heart of Extremadura, relies on irrigated agriculture and agroindustry as its main economic drives. It also has important Roman monuments, villages with an interesting cultural heritage, highly valuable natural spaces and the footprints of historic figures that changed the course of history.
Situada en el triángulo que forman Mérida, Cáceres y Trujillo, esta comarca es conocida por su excelente jamón ibérico de bellota. Pero hay mucho más: naturaleza, patrimonio histórico, cultura y tradiciones. ¡Aquí tienes diez recomendaciones!