Come and discover all that Jerez de los Caballeros has to offer.
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- Oficina de Turismo de Jerez de los Caballeros
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Monday-Sunday, and public holidays, 10am-2pm and 5-8pm
Come and discover all that Jerez de los Caballeros has to offer.This Tourist Office offers information on everything there is to do or visit in the area. They will be able to help you to make the most of your stay and they will give you information on the best routes and activities.
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Jerez de los Caballeros Castle
The good state of preservation of Jerez de los Caballeros Castle will transport you to a regal age, when its walls drove back countless attacks.
A funerary construction with unusual architectural features, as well as painted and engraved motifs in the interior.
Church of San Bartolomé
A legend written in Gothic letters on the walls of the old shrine of San Bartolomé says that the construction work was completed in 1508.
Chapel of San Benito
Converted into a convent in the 18th century.
Jerez de los Caballeros Bullring
This bullring has been restored several times since it was inaugurated in the 19th century.
Archpriestal church of San Miguel Arcángel
The most outstanding element of this Baroque church in Jerez de los Caballeros is its seventy-metre high tower. But inside it guards many other treasures, like carvings of the four evangelists.
Church of Santa María de la Encarnación
This Baroque church may have been constructed on top of another Visigoth one, which would make the church of Santa María de la Encarnación the oldest religious building in Jerez de los Caballeros.
Church of Santa Catalina
The great height of the tower that presides over this church in Jerez de los Caballeros is the big attraction of this Baroque building.
Casa del Bachiller
The tower of this ancestral home is the biggest attraction of the palace of the Bachiller Juan Martínez, located in the municipality of Jerez de los Caballeros in the province of Badajoz.
El Pomar Roman Villa
This large Roman residence of incalculable cultural value has survived from the 3rd and 4th centuries AD to our times.