Roman remains, local biodiversity, Mediterranean vegetation... These are just some of the attractions offered by this park, where you can lose yourself in nature very close to Mérida. MORE INFORMATION
A dwelling from Roman times, built on the outskirts of Emerita Augusta, where luxury and comfort were not lacking.
Calle Oviedo Mérida, Badajoz (Extremadura)
Archaeological ruins where we can see a temple that is characteristic of early Christian times. A journey through religious history.
c/ José Álvarez Saenz de Buruaga Mérida, Badajoz (Extremadura)
On top of the Culebra hill, we find Alange castle, a strategic fortress from the 9th century and a place of battle for Arabs and Christians.
Travesía del Castillo Alange , Badajoz (Extremadura)
One of the oldest castles in the province of Cáceres, located in Aldea del Cano
Aldea del Cano, Cáceres (Extremadura)
Declared a historical Spanish heritage site, the only original part of this castle to be preserved is the keep.
Almaraz, Cáceres (Extremadura)
On top of an outcrop from which Cabeza de Buey can be controlled, we find the ruins of what was a great fortress: Almorchón castle.
Almorchón, Badajoz (Extremadura)
The Arribalavilla castle is located next to the town of Zalamea de la Serena and contains within its walls reminders of the Islamic and Christian eras. And also important facts regarding the history of Spanish literature.
Zalamea de la Serena, Badajoz (Extremadura)
Mid-13th century, on the Sierra de Santiago, Azagala castle was built, which besides being a fortress was also home to nobility.
Calle San Mateo, 1 Alburquerque, Badajoz (Extremadura)
The medieval fortress of Barcarrota houses one of the oldest bullrings in Extremadura in its courtyard.
Barcarrota, Badajoz (Extremadura)
Belvís de Monroy Castle in Cáceres, with its unusual style, has been declared a Spanish cultural heritage site.
C/ Escuelas, s/n. Belvís de Monroy, Cáceres (Extremadura)