- Malpartida de Plasencia
A stroll through the streets of this town will enable you to make contact with its people, its culture, its traditions and popular festivals so that you can experience Extremadura in full.
- Young people
- Single people
- Senior citizens
- Single people
Plasencia Cathedral Museum
The quiet cloister of the cathedral houses some of the most important works in this museum
Pérez Enciso Ethnographic Textile Museum
This was the first monographic museum dedicated to the popular culture of Cáceres
Plasencia and El Cachón Lesser Kestrel Colonies SPA
Kestrels come here above all in winter, during breeding season.
With its impressive cork oaks and unique granite outcrops, Valcorchero is a special place
Plasencia — where culture and nature go hand in hand
The historical heritage of Plasencia holds its own in terms of the cultural interest of the other towns and cities of Extremadura, but with the added attraction of its parks.
As the Jerte river passes through Plasencia, it creates the well-known Isla (island) - the largest park in this Cáceres city.
Medieval Town Interpretation Centre
Learn all about the former fortress and old medieval town, and go back in time to find out about the past of Plasencia
Pimentón Interpretation Centre
Learn about the process of making and manufacturing La Vera pimentón (paprika) at this interpretation centre.
Tobacco interpretation centre. Haza de la Concepción estate
Tobacco used to be cultivated in the Biosphere Reserve of Monfragüe and this interpretation centre will explain how it was made.
Living Museum of the Dehesa Interpretation Centre
Enjoy a day out in nature and get to know the dehesas of Monfragüe walking along routes and visiting the ethnographic museum.