Routes and strolls through Cáceres
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.
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.
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.
The enticing Los Pilones pools are the perfect place to cool off in the midst of the beautiful Jerte Valley. Highly recommended for those visiting Cáceres during the summer months.
The mountains, meadows and pretty villages in Valle del Ambroz, in the north of the province of Cáceres, will lure you back time and again.
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.
The Cave of Maltravieso, on the outskirts of Cáceres, contains some of the most impressive examples of prehistoric art in Spain.
Come discover the fairy-tale charm of the Old Town of Cáceres, one of Europe’s best conserved medieval Old Towns. Centuries-old churches, palaces, towers and arches make up the absurdly photogenic townscape.