A golf course in the valleys.
A golf course in the valleys.
10 minutes from Plasencia, between La Vera, and the Jerte, Alagón and Ambroz Valleys, we find Galisteo Golf. It is a 9-hole, par 36 municipal course. Galisteo Golf is affiliated to the Royal Spanish Golf Federation, and allows for normal play and pitch & putt.
This golf course has a school for children, seniors and adapted golf. Close by there is also an autocross circuit, model aeroplane field, ultralights, light aircraft, etc. A wide range of activities in an incredibly beautiful place.
- Year of opening:
- D. Jorge Campillo Íñiguez
- Number of holes:
Plasencia — where culture and nature go hand in hand
The historical heritage of Plasencia holds its own in terms of the cultural interest of the other towns and cities of Extremadura, but with the added attraction of its parks.
Jerte Valley and La Vera
One of the lushest areas in the region, whose beauty peaks in springtime. A pleasure in all senses.
A freshwater paradise
Natural pools, gorges and beaches on the banks of reservoirs in places of great natural beauty. 1,500 km of shoreline for water sports and river cruises. Extremadura offers the ideal conditions for enjoying water.
It was evacuated after being declared a flood risk area, currently the village is being rehabilitated to return it to its former glory.
Iglesia de San Martín
Considered the oldest church in Plasencia, it houses a marvellous Plateresque altarpiece with paintings by Extremeñan Luis de Morales, dated between 1565 and 1570.
Plaza porticada de Garrovillas de Alconetar
Este Monumento Histórico-Artístico de Interés Nacional impresiona por sus dimensiones. Es una de las doce plazas más grandes del país.
Iglesia de San Nicolás
Construida en el siglo XIII, es una de las primeras iglesias de Plasencia. Está situada en la Plaza de San Nicolás, en uno de los rincones más bellos de la ciudad, muy cerca de la Plaza Mayor y de las catedrales.
Roman arch of Cáparra
Cáparra was an important town in Roman times. Nowadays some vestiges of that glory remains, most outstandingly its peculiar four-sided arch.
This cathedral houses one of the most treasured relics from the time of Christ: the tablecloth from the Last Supper.
Santibáñez el Alto Castle
This fortification in Cáceres with views of the Sierra de Gata landscapes was built on the remains of a Moslem building. of which some traces remain.
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.
Convent of San Antonio de Padua
It was built as a result of a promise made by a noble lady, who ordered this promise to be fulfilled in the municipality of Garrovillas de Alconétar in Cáceres.
Hermitage of the Virgin of Argeme
The beautiful hermitage of the Virgin of Argeme celebrating the patron saint of Coria is a Baroque style building which the visitor will find both unique and beautiful.