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    Cornalvo Nature Reserve

    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

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Jewish Valencia de Alcántara

Jewish Valencia de Alcántara

Monument

Before the Jewish community was expelled by the Catholic Monarchs, they built neighbourhoods that remain to this day.

Location:

Hernán Cortés, s/n Valencia de Alcántara, Cáceres (Extremadura)

Roman bridge at Alcántara

Roman bridge at Alcántara

Monument

A massive Roman construction that will amaze visitors.

Location:

Avenida de Mérida, 21 Alcántara, Cáceres (Extremadura)

Tentudía Monastery

Tentudía Monastery

Monument

The origins of this temple are surrounded by legend. With the passage of time, it underwent several alterations that turned it into one of the most important centres for the Order of St. James.

Location:

Calera de León - Badajoz road ( BA-039 ), Km 9 Calera de León, Badajoz (Extremadura)

Alburquerque Castle

Alburquerque Castle

Monument

Its strategic location has meant that many have set their sights on this castle in Alburquerque, declared a National Monument.

Location:

c/ San Mateo, 1 Alburquerque, Badajoz (Extremadura)

Puebla de Alcocer Castle

Puebla de Alcocer Castle

Monument

From the top of the keep, the views take in the La Serena reservoir and an extensive area of La Siberia.

Location:

Puebla de Alcocer, Badajoz (Extremadura)

Feria Castle

Feria Castle

Monument

On top of an outcrop, next to the town of Feria, rises its castle - a key point for defending the territory since ancient times.

Location:

Feria, Badajoz (Extremadura)

Medellín roman ensemble

Medellín roman ensemble

Monument

Visiting ruins at Medellín is like returning to the glorious Roman past of the antique city Metellinum.

Location:

Medellín, Badajoz (Extremadura)

The Roman town of Cáparra

The Roman town of Cáparra

Monument

Caparrá, which has uncertain origins, became a Roman municipium under Emperor Vespasian. The town's growth was propelled by its privileged position along the Silver Way

Location:

A-66 motorway. Junction 455 towards Guijo de Granadilla - CC-13.3 (B-road). About 5 kilometres from the A-66 Oliva de Plasencia, Cáceres (Extremadura)

Cancho Roano Temple

Cancho Roano Temple

Monument

This Tartessian monumental sanctuary has been preserved to the present in an exceptional state of repair.

Location:

Road: EX-114, Km 3. Zalamea de la Serena, Badajoz (Extremadura)

Cáceres Church Cathedral

Cáceres Church Cathedral

Monument

In the medieval centre of the town stands the Church Cathedral of Santa Maria, an architectural expression with a clear predominance of Gothic art.

Location:

Plaza de Santa María Cáceres, Cáceres (Extremadura)