Let yourself be bewitched by the beauty of the Monfragüe National Park – a unique place where the flight of the Griffin and Monk Vultures decorate the sky.
The main goal of the Monfragüe Biosphere Reserve is to protect the diversity of species it contains in a near-unspoilt natural space which has become the home of certain endangered species.
Three Biosphere Reserves, a Geopark and dozens of spaces protected spaces.
Sailing international waters and watching eagles and vultures fly by. Visiting dozens of dolmens just over just a few kilometres. Crossing the Alcántara bridge, one of the most impressive bridges in the Roman empire. Tracing the steps of the Knights of St. Julian, tasting a cuisine full of pastoralistic, monastic and Portuguese influences.
Extremadura has over 60 protected natural spaces and 1,500 kilometres of fresh water where you can enjoy nature and sports in the fresh open air.
The Autonomous Community of Extremadura is a veritable ornithological paradise, so no wonder that numerous areas have been declared SPAs throughout the region. Extremadura's environmental and ornithological value is particularly obvious in many towns in the region, which have become excellent places in which to observe birds.