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Extremadura

letra-wIts history a chronicle of strife and conflict, Extremadura’s violent past hasn’t spoiled the region’s incredible natural beauty, its Monfragüe reserve being named a National Park in 2007. A legacy of constant change and diverse rulers has guided Extremadura to a rich local culture, blending architecture and cuisine alike from its previous owners, providing ample opportunity for deep discovery of Spain’s unique countryside and local cultures.

“There is nothing as surreal as reality.”
– Salvador Dali

Explore ancient history within magnificent Roman ruins, trek through untouched Spanish wilderness on the border of Portugal, witness the splendor of millions of cherry blossoms raining down around your feet, or dine at some of Spain’s best restaurants…

MÉRIDA

CÁCERES

VALLE DEL JERTE

MÉRIDA

rida is home to the most impressive, intact, and extensive Roman ruins in all of Spain. The ruins lie sprinkled around town, often being unearthed in the most unlikely corners, and one can only imagine what remnants of a civilization past still lay buried beneath the modern city. The city draws influences from its previous control under Christian, Moorish, and Portuguese rulers, and its variety of monuments, architectural wonders, and archaeological sites reflect and celebrate a storied past.

CÁCERES

Fortified medieval homes, Renaissance palaces, and Hispanic-Arabic ruins are interwoven with the cobbled streets and diverse peoples of the beautiful city of Cáceres. Not a city to be satisfied with just an exquisite history, recipes handed down from shepherds and farmers create the rich culinary tradition earned this city the title of the 2015 gastronomic capital of Spain.

VALLE DEL JERTE

With the arrival of Spring, more than two million cherry trees blossom over the mountains of the Jerte Valley, coating them in a stunning blanket of white with no snow to be seen. This wonder of nature lasts only around 10 days, so let us help you time your trip carefully. Against this striking backdrop, locals host the Cherry Blossom Fiesta, replete with vibrant exhibitions, food tastings, and concerts. For sports enthusiasts, the Jerte Valley provides landscapes for biking, quad biking, horseback riding, hiking, fishing, and even paragliding.