A stroll through the streets of this town will enable you to make contact with its people, its culture, its traditions and popular festivals so that you can experience Extremadura in full.
- Young people
- Single people
- Senior citizens
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The Roman town of Cáparra
Caparrá, which has uncertain origins, became a Roman municipium under Emperor Vespasian. The town's growth was propelled by its privileged position along the Silver Way
Roman arch of Cáparra
Cáparra was an important town in Roman times. Nowadays some vestiges of that glory remains, most outstandingly its peculiar four-sided arch.
Cáparra Roman bridge
Cáparra Roman bridge is in perfect condition because it has been remodelled many times over the centuries.
Los Realengos Chestnut Tree
Unlike other specimens of chestnut tree, this one continues to be one of the least-studied in Sierra de San Bernabé.
The Chestnut Tree of El Corbiche or La Marotera
This monumental chestnut tree sheltered the inhabitants of Casas del Monte after the Napoleonic troops burned down the town.
The Chestnut Trees of Escondelobo or Condelobo
Due to the circumference of their trunks, these two specimens are considered to be the largest in Extremadura and in Spain.
Fuente de las Escobanchas Chestnut Trees
These chestnut specimens are surprising as they are shaped like a hand and are over one hundred years old.
Roble grande de La Solana
A stop on the road in the shade of this three-hundred-year-old tree will help you regain strength to continue your journey after passing through Barrado.
The Acarreadero oak tree
The Romanejo oak tree has been awarded the title of a Unique Tree because of its imposing stature and the awesome volume of its canopy
Villar de Plasencia