This protected area offers activities, culture and gastronomy to spend a few unforgettable days as a family.
Una región cada día más accesible, con más de 260 recursos para personas con discapacidad
In Extremadura, the arrival of spring brings with it the awakening also of the stunning landscapes that make up the region and that take advantage of the arrival of the sun to give us its most sensory version.
Since 2005 every time that the day of the patron of Extremadura (6th September) falls on Sunday it has been a Holy Year. Thousands of pilgrims travel to the Real Monasterio de Santa María de Guadalupe, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to earn the jubilee.
One of the lushest areas in terms of vegetation, attaining its ultimate splendour in springtime. A gift for all the senses, and one that is sure to enchant you.
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.
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.
Let yourself be bewitched by the beauty of the Monfragüe National Park – a unique place where the flight of the Griffin and Monk Vultures decorate the sky.
The beauty of nature and the splendour of the historical and artistic heritage merge in Cáceres, Badajoz, Mérida, Plasencia, Trujillo and Zafra.
Extremadura offers you 1,500 km of freshwater coast and more than 50 natural bathing areas, representing the largest area of unsalted water in Spain.