Extremadura offers us a great variety of possibilities, from natural charms, outdoor activities and other alternatives.
Now in autumn is a good time to be able to escape, whenever the Covid-19 situation allows it. Extremadura is one beautiful autonomous community to travel to and meet during the holidays. It offers extremely beautiful natural corners, places with a lot of history and food with a very varied flavor.
One of the landmarks is Alcantara bridge. It crosses the Tagus River and is one of the last Roman bridges and It is among the best preserved. It is located in Alcántara and is one of the points of reference for visitors who pass through the area, to enjoy this architectural work of the Romans.
You can find the location of the Puente Romano de Alcántara by following this link.
Isabella the Catholic Route
Now in autumn it is very interesting enjoy the famous Isabel la Católica Routewhich shows us very interesting natural settings, areas where you can see palaces and very interesting old buildings. The area between Cáceres and Plasencia offers us a variety of possibilities to enjoy all the charm of medieval times.
You can find the location of Ruta Isabel la Católica by following this link.
It’s a good time to consider hiking trails to be in contact with nature. There are several interesting places to enjoy these natural corners. The Monfragüe National Park, the Jerte Valley or the Garganta de los Infiernosare some of the most popular to be able to choose the one that best suits your tastes.
You can find the location of 111 by following this link.
if you like the mushroom season, now is a perfect time to practice mycological tourism. There are areas such as Valle del Alagón, Sierra de Gata and Las Hurdes, where treasures are hidden that grow in the middle of nature. Mycology is quite an experience to enjoy mushrooms and take a walk, now during the fall.
You can find the location of Sierra de Gata by following this link.
Spain Extremadura Places of interest #autumn
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