Routes and strolls through Cáceres
Cáceres’ charm lies in its palaces, castles, plazas and parks. So much so, that once you leave, you’ll be longing to come back!
Come explore the Plaza Mayor of Cáceres, the city’s boisterous social and cultural epicentre. Flanked by historic landmarks, it offers a wonderful selection of bars and restaurants where you can savour local delicacies right at the foot of the Old Town.
Come discover the splendid little town of Zafra, nestled in the province of Badajoz. This tiny enclave was an important strategic stronghold for centuries.
The beautiful nature and idyllic villages of Las Hurdes make it one of the most attractive regions in the province of Cáceres.
Come explore the charming little town of Jarandilla de la Vera in the province of Extremadura, steeped in history and nestled in one of the most verdant natural settings in Spain.
The impressive Reserva Natural de la Garganta de los Infiernos – or Hell’s Gorge Nature Reserve – is a 7000-hectare paradise of spectacular landscapes and natural pools.
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.
Come discover the medieval palaces, castles and fortress of this century-old town, filled with timeless appeal.
The charming ancient town of Hervás is nestled in the lush Valle del Ambroz, in northern Cáceres, and houses Extremadura’s most immaculately preserved Jewish Quarter. Come discover the distinctive architecture and narrow streets that date back as far as the 13th century.
The Parque Nacional de Monfragüe is a natural haven in the north of the province of Cáceres. This stunningly beautiful national park is home to several species of birds of prey.