Come and discover all that the town of Hervás has to offer.
- Plan your Trip
- Oficina de Turismo de Hervás
Location and Contact:
- Opening times
Morning: 10am-2pm; and afternoon: 4.30-7pm. Closed on Mondays
Summer: 10am-2pm and 5-8pm. Closed on Mondays
Come and discover all that the town of Hervás 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.
- Tourism Office
- Public services
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
El Vaho natural pool
Located in Cabezuela del Valle, it has an unbeatable setting.
Garganta Honduras gorge
Surrounded by lush vegetation, the natural swimming pool at Garganta de Honduras is a refreshing stop-off on your journey of discovery through El Ambroz Valley.
Sierra Cabrera Gorge
At the Sierra Cabrera Gorge, you will enjoy not only a refreshing swim, but also the beauty of one of the most singular spots in Cáceres.
The cold waters that come down from the highest peaks of the Jerte Valley form natural pools, like La Pesquerona, and give locals and tourists a place with cool water and shady areas.
Ambroz river - Abadía
The Ambroz river, as it passes through the area surrounding the town of Abadía in the province of Cáceres, provides a fabulous bathing area for counteracting the high temperatures of summer.
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.
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.