- Valdecañas del Tajo
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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Garganta Descuernacabras gorge
Garganta de Descuernacabras gorge, in the Cáceres municipality of Valdecañas del Tajo, boasts a magnificent natural swimming pool.
Parish Church of Santiago Apóstol
The Parish Church of Santiago Apóstol in Belvís de Monroy in Cáceres is the oldest religious building remaining in the town.
Franciscan Convent of Belvís de Monroy
The convent was built between 1505 and 1507 thanks to the benevolence of the bishop of Plasencia and the fact that three Franciscan monks needed to inhabit it.
Albalat archaeological site
The good state of preservation of this fortress has made it an indispensable element for studying the Islamic period in Extremadura.
Castle of Almaraz
Declared a historical Spanish heritage site, the only original part of this castle to be preserved is the keep.
Belvís de Monroy Castle
Belvís de Monroy Castle in Cáceres, with its unusual style, has been declared a Spanish cultural heritage site.
This dam is on the Arrocampo river in Cáceres province, close to where the river flows into the Tagus
Colonias de Cernícalo Primilla de Belvís De Monroy Special Protection Area (SPA) for Birds
The area attracts kestrels throughout the year, especially in the breeding season.
Belvís de Monroy
Located in the northwest of the province of Cáceres its imposing castle is one of the town's symbols.