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
La Solana Holm-Oak
One of the most important specimens in Extremadura, aged over 700 years
La Nieta Holm-Oak
An impressive tree in Torre de Santa María.
La Terrona oak tree
Located at the Cordel de la Cumbre, the tree is surrounded by the indigenous flora of the area and numerous bird species native to dehesa pastureland.
Charca La Torre SPA
The calm waters of the Charca La Torre Special Protection Area in Cáceres have favoured the creation of a microclimate which has provided shelter for many water birds.
The first floor of the Montánchez Castle in the province of Cáceres is of Roman origin, but it was the Almohads who gave shape to the structure which it has today.
Mills of Arroyomolinos and Montánchez
Travel down the gorge of Arroyomolinos and the slopes of the Sierra de Montánchez in search of these hydraulic giants where millers toiled throughout history.
Convent of San Agustín
Travellers who see the cloister of this convent for the first time say they feel they are transported to the "Tales of the Alhambra".
Church of El Salvador
A mixture of styles is the emblem of the parish church of El Salvador, located in the town of Almoharín in the province of Cáceres, and declared a monument of historical and artistic interest.
This town in the region of Montánchez is famed for its fig farming.
Torre de Santa María
The perfect place to try this delicacy from the dehesa pastures