Come and discover all that Guadalupe has to offer.
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- Oficina de Turismo de Guadalupe
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Come and discover all that Guadalupe has to offer.This Tourist Office offers information on everything there is to do or visit in the area. They will be able to help you to make the most of your stay and they will give you information on the best routes and activities.
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Museums of the Royal Monastery of Guadalupe
The old bakery, refectory and the Mudejar cloister are some of the places in the Monastery that house the museums
Hiding amongst the trees and greenery is a natural pool with cool, clean water from the Ruecas river.
Chapel of El Humilladero
The main function of this chapel is as an oratory for the pilgrims who come to Guadalupe from the north.
Alfonso XIII, Rainier III of Monaco or Miguel de Unamuno have lived or stayed in the rooms of this palace.
This estate was converted into one of the residences of Queen Isabel la Católica during her periods of rest in Extremadura.
Royal Monastery of Guadalupe
This holy place, which has been declared a Universal World Heritage Site, stands opposite the Central Square.
The Villuercas-Ibores-Jara Geopark is not to be missed, with its spectacular landscapes, rich biodiversity and paleontological remains.
Guadalupe — an artistic and spiritual centre
The Royal Monastery of Santa María de Guadalupe is the most important monument in the town, the services offered by which are a genuine plus for all visitors.
Nature lovers are in for a treat in Las Villuercas, which is also famous for its Designation of Origin wines.
Sierra de Las Villuercas and Valle del Guadarranque ZEPA (Bird Sanctuary) Interpretation Centre
Gardens with indigenous plants, a viewing platform with unique views, and exhibition and reproduction rooms are some of the components that make up the centre.