- Museo Etnográfico de Azuaga
Location and Contact:
- Opening times
OCTOBER TO JUNE:
Fridays and Saturdays, 10am-2pm and 5-8pm.
Public holidays, 11am-2pm and 5-8pm.
JULY, AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER:
Fridays and Saturdays, 10am-2pm and 6-9pm.
Public holidays, 11am-2pm and 6-9pm.
Description currently available in Spanish. It will be in English shortly, thank you.
- Traditional architecture
- Art period:
- 19th century
- 20th century
- Period in history:
- 20th century
- Museographic collection
- Identity museum
- Municipal museum
- Disabled access
- Accessible elevator
- Toilet with disabled access
- Toilet for disabled people in common areas
- Toilet with support rails
- Facilities for Disabled
- Guided Tours
- Art and culture
The Sierra de Azuaga Peri-urban Leisure and Conservation Park
This is the perfect mixture of the extensive plains to the south of Badajoz and the foothills of the Andalusian mountains
A Moslem fortress which passed into the hands of the Castilian Spanish, becoming at the time, the Casa de la Encomienda of the Order of Santiago.
Parish Church of Nuestra Señora de Gracia
The Parish Church of Nuestra Señora de Gracia is the most monumental religious building in the municipality of Berlanga in Badajoz and for this reason it has been declared a Historic-Artistic Monument.
Roman-Medieval bridge of Berlanga
The Romans built this bridge, which was later renovated in Medieval times, on the route from Córdoba to Mérida, over the Culebra stream, in Berlanga.
The Azuaga bullring owes its existence to the construction of the railway line between Peñarroya and Fuente del Arco.
This rural town in south-east Extremadura has a unique climate.
Built alongside a Roman bridge, the town's most famous landmark, Berlanga is located in the southeast of Badajoz province.