Por el municipio de Cadalso, Cáceres, cruza el río Árrago y forma una zona de baño natural de agua fresca y limpia, conocida como la piscina de Los Cachones.
Alfonso XI se estableció en Cadalso en uno de sus viajes de cacería que realizó por la comarca. Turismo cinegético en el siglo XIV.
- Fluvial beach
- Disabled access
- Picnic area
- Recreation area
Puente la Huerta
The unrivalled views from the area known as Arroyo de San Blas (Saint Blaise Stream), in the town of Gata, Cáceres province, further enhance the bathing experience.
Árrago river - Las Herías
The Árrago river forms a natural pool of much beauty as it passes through this town.
Árrago river - Hernán Perez
The cold water of the Árrago river forms a perfect natural pool as it passes through the town of Hernán Pérez.
Árrago river – Santibáñez el Alto
Cool, crystal-clear water invites you to take a dip in this natural mountain pool, located in an idyllic natural spot.
Árrago river - Los Pilares
A natural pool with cool, clean water which is in the town area of Cadalso.
Arroyo de San Juan
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.
Fuente El chorro
Although it may go unnoticed at first glance, the coat of arms that adorns the fountain known as El Chorro, located in the municipality of Gata in Cáceres province, holds a historical surprise.
Chapel of El Cristo del Humilladero
Construction of this chapel, which stands in the municipality of Gata in Cáceres province, began in the 16th century. It was extended in the 18th century, stamping it with a unique style
Gata Cedar Tree
Originally planted in a private garden, this cedar tree is now the emblem of the village of Gata