Shopping in Cáceres
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.
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.
If you haven’t heard about Extremadura wines, you aren’t the only one. These wines have tended to operate under the radar but thanks to some local producers they are starting to make their mark.
Extremadura has a long ham-making tradition with strong ties both to the region and to the Iberian pigs reared for the prized Jamón Dehesa. If you’re a food buff, you can’t leave without trying it.
Cáceres hosts an impressive range of shops, from ritzy fashion boutiques to street markets and shopping centres. You will not leave Cáceres empty-handed.