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
- Single people
Pérez Comendador-Leroux Museum (Hervás)
The rooms in this 18th century palace are home to the paintings and sculptures of the artistic couple, Enrique Pérez Comendador and Magdalena Leroux
The Birch Wood of Puerto de Honduras
Allow yourself to be intoxicated by the movement of these trees with fine trunks and silver leaves.
The Cork-Oak of La Fresneda
The three branches its trunk splits up into are thick enough to be separate trees.
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.
Roble de Prado Sancho
A spectacularly beautiful oak tree located in Cabezuela del Valle.
The Temblar chestnut trees
This natural space consists of five ancient chestnut trees on an old farm close to Arroyo del Temblar
The Jewish Quarter in Hervás
The influence of the Jewish people who lived in this town five hundred years ago can still be felt in its streets, fiestas and gastronomy.
Convent of the Bien Parada
The visitor who comes to Abadía will be impressed by the austerity of this convent and the simplicity of its construction.
This magnificent bullring is hidden in the heart of a chestnut wood.
Palace of the Duques de Alba
The walls of the palace of the Duques de Alba, in the town of Abadía in Cáceres province, was visited by numerous 16th-century monarchs and poets who enjoyed the beauty of its important Renaissance gardens.