Some places in the north of Extremadura still retain their own language.
Extremadura's spas and thermal waters are a legacy from the Romans, pioneers of the therapeutic use of water.
If you like nature and practising water sports, Extremadura can offer you a host of ideas. Did you know it is the region with the most kilometres of freshwater coastline in the Iberian Peninsula?
These regions are dotted with natural pools of crystal-clear waters that beckon one to swim in them on summer days.
The Alcantara Bridge has won the award "The 2014 Best Spot of Spain" due to its singularity, good conservation and beautiful surroundings.
If you travel to the south of the province of Badajoz, you can discover incomparable beauty spots steeped in history, legend and nature.
You can come to the park whenever you want, live adventures and enjoy activities for all the family. Animal characters will take you on routes and activities.
Cultural heritage, natural beauty spots and ornithology come together in these two regions of the province of Cáceres.
The countryside dresses up in beautiful golds and reds, but the festivities still go on in Extremadura.
The presence of the bull-fighting tradition is felt especially in Extremadura through its unique bullrings, important festivities and the existence of more than 100 breeders within the region.