The beauty of nature and the splendour of the historical and artistic heritage merge in Cáceres, Badajoz, Mérida, Plasencia, Trujillo and Zafra.
Sin aglomeraciones, Extremadura es una buena opción para reencontrarte con la naturaleza y descubrir ciudades y pueblos con mucha historia. Por autovía o por carreteras secundarias, algunas por paisajes de gran belleza.
Extremadura offers you 1,500 km of freshwater coast and more than 50 natural bathing areas, representing the largest area of unsalted water in Spain.
A region located in the very centre of the province of Badajoz, rich in gastronomy, cultural events and historical and archaeological remains.
Open and welcoming, Extremadura is a LGTBI-friendly destination. A place where to explore some of the best-preserved natural landscapes in Southern Europe, admire its vast historical heritage and enjoy its genuine and delicious cuisine. Also, a lot of fun can be had in festivals such as Los Palomos and the Carnival.
The county of Vegas Altas del Guadiana, located at the heart of Extremadura, relies on irrigated agriculture and agroindustry as its main economic drives. It also has important Roman monuments, villages with an interesting cultural heritage, highly valuable natural spaces and the footprints of historic figures that changed the course of history.
Extremadura also shows in winter a great variety of propositions where the cold is not always the main factor.