Extremadura offers you 1,500 km of freshwater coast and more than 50 natural bathing areas, representing the largest area of unsalted water in Spain.
Season 7 of the series was filmed in the monumental ensemble of Cáceres, Los Barruecos (Malpartida de Cáceres) and Trujillo castle.
Since 2005 every time that the day of the patron of Extremadura (6th September) falls on Sunday it has been a Holy Year. Thousands of pilgrims travel to the Real Monasterio de Santa María de Guadalupe, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to earn the jubilee.
Gastronomic experiences, caves and abandoned mines, nature activities, birdwatching and stargazing, unique offerings and incredible museums: there are any number of wonderful activities for children in Extremadura.
Extremadura has joined the boom in camper van touring, a way of travelling that is increasing in Europe. More and more towns have areas equipped to provide a quality service for the traveller.
Extremadura is not only a destination where you can visit its extensive historical and artistic heritage; you can also go to festivals of music of all kinds and all styles.
More than 100 companies, from farms and dairies to restaurants and accommodation businesses, make up a tourist itinerary that knows a lot about cheese.
The Royal Monastery of Santa María de Guadalupe, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, since the 14th century has been one of the most important places of pilgrimage in Europe. Over the course of history, from kings to beggars have travelled different routes to get to the Marian shrine.