Come and discover all that Villanueva de la Vera has to offer.
- Plan your Trip
- Oficina de Turismo de Villanueva de la Vera
Location and Contact:
- Contact person: Villanueva de la Vera Tourist Office
- Tel.:+34 927 567 031
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website address: www.villanuevadelavera.es
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/turismo.villanuevadelavera?fref=ts
- Opening times
Wednesday-Friday, 9am-2pm and 4-6pm
Saturdays and Sundays, 9am-2pm
Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Come and discover all that Villanueva de la Vera 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
Museum of the Empalao
Garganta Alardos gorge
This extremely well maintained area encompasses several pools that form the Alardos gorge, an outstanding beauty spot in the district of La Vera that is an ideal choice for your holiday.
Garganta Gualtaminos gorge
Nestled between Madrigal de la Vera and Villanueva de la Vera lies the gorge known as Garganta Gualtaminos, where you can bathe in its refreshing waters.
Gorge of Minchones
In Villanueva de la Vera you will find the Gorge of Minchones, formed by a great stream of water and numerous ponds that will delight the whole family during the summer holidays.
Gorge of the River Moros
You can't miss the "Los Molinos" natural pool formed by the Gorge of the River Moros, located in the region of La Vera.
Valverde de la Vera Castle
With the passage of time the first fortress in the town of Valverde de la Vera in Cáceres was incorporated into the church which was built, which gave rise to a new castle.
Talaveruela de la Vera
Valverde de la Vera
Every year, this Cáceres town in the district of La Vera holds Los Empalaos, an Extremadura Fiesta of Tourist Interest.
Viandar de la Vera
Villanueva de la Vera
Villanueva de la Vera stands amid a vast plain to the south of the Sierra de Gredos mountains. Due to its strategic location, the area has been populated since the Iron Age.