There is a public transport service available for you to discover and visit Extremadura: you will find a station in Valencia de Alcántara
- Disabled access
- Admits guide dogs
- Accessible car park
- Accessible facilities and common areas
- Accessible restaurant
- Toilet with disabled access
Museo Etnográfico de Valencia de Alcántara
Museo etnográfico junto a la oficina de turismo.
Valencia de Alcántara — a delightful small town in the mountains
From Neolithic dolmens to the Jewish Quarter, Valencia de Alcántara can boast of a heritage worthy of exploration and a gastronomy to be savoured. Its surroundings are ideal for long walks or practising sports activities.
Church of Nuestra Señora de Rocamador
This monument is a part of the Valencia de Alcántara historic site. Its beauty lies both in the exterior and the interior, where there a great works of art which must be seen.
Valencia de Alcántara Bullring
The Valencia de Alcántara bullring was built in the late 19th century and the building still has many of its original elements.
Dolmens Valencia de Alcántara
In the vicinity of this village in the Caceres region, we find one of the most important megalithic sites in Europe.
Jewish Valencia de Alcántara
Before the Jewish community was expelled by the Catholic Monarchs, they built neighbourhoods that remain to this day.
Valencia de Alcántara Interpretation Centre
Valencia de Alcántara Tourist Office
Come and discover all that Valencia de Alcántara has to offer.
San Isidro Pilgrimage in Valencia de Alcántara
On 15 May, Valencia de Alcántara puts on its best face to celebrate the patron saint of farmers on the feast of San Isidro.
The Royal Weeding, Spanish-Portuguese history
Valencia de Alcántara reenacts the royal wedding between the Infanta Isabella, daughter of the Catholic Monarchs, and the king of Portugal, Dom Manuel.