Eating out in Cáceres
Cáceres offers a wide range of good restaurants and food bars where generous portions are the norm. There is something to suit all tastes and budgets.
Sampling bars and tapas is the best way of getting to know Cáceres, from the Old Town to outlying neighbourhoods.
Thanks to its rich history and the blending of diverse cultures Badajoz is a jewel in the crown of Spanish tourism. Come and discover the riches within its walls.
A tour around the cathedrals, a visit to the aqueduct, a stroll around the parks, tasting the local cuisine… the list of things to see and do in Plasencia is endless.
Come discover the splendid little town of Zafra, nestled in the province of Badajoz. This tiny enclave was an important strategic stronghold for centuries.
Jaraíz is one of the foremost towns in the county of La Vera, famous for its paprika and the Yuste monastery where the Habsburg king and Holy Roman Emperor Charles V died.
Pimentón de la Vera from Extremadura is the most treasured spice in Spanish cuisine. It has been awarded a Protected Denomination of Origin (PDO) label.
The Jerte Valley reaches the height of beauty in spring, as one and a half million cherry trees break into blossom and cover the valley in a blanket of flowers. This coincides with the local Cherry Blossom Festival.
Visit the Medieval Market of Three Cultures in Cáceres and step back into another era when the Moors, Jews and Christians lived together in the same city.