- The Fortresses Interpretation Centre
Extremadura González Santana Ethnographic Museum
The foundation stone of Olivenza Castle may also be found in this space devoted to traditions and archaeology
Castle of Villanueva del Fresno
This fortress, which was devastated during a battle with the Portuguese, stands on the highest point of Villanueva del Fresno.
This castle in the province of Badajoz is of Templar origin but only a thirteen meter tower has survived to the present day, it is adjacent to the current town hall of Zahínos.
The Castillo del Coso, a fortress built in the 12th and 13th centuries, stands in Higuera de Vargas.
Las Claras Windmill
Because of its structure and origin, this oil mill was often confused with a convent
The castle of the seven towers contains this enclosure which is seen as a jewel in the world of bullfighting.
5,600 spectators can enjoy bullfighting festivals in this beautiful bullring.
Church of Saint Mary Magdalene
The Portuguese Manueline style reaches its peak in Extremadura, with this sixteenth century temple.
Casa de Misericordia
An old place of refuge for the poor, orphans and invalids that leaves it visitors speechless on account of its Baroque tiling showing works of mercy.
The medieval fortress of Barcarrota houses one of the oldest bullrings in Extremadura in its courtyard.