Welcome to the official webseite the Spanish region Extremadura
The official webseite the region Extremadura
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In Extremadura you can feel free to do whatever you want, except: testing Caldereta, drinking red wine, tasting the Iberian ham and taking a notepad along to write down some recipes here and there.
 
 
The Wonder of Almendralejo
Travelling Extremadura along the “wine trail”
Extremadura’s viticulturists are clubbing together to fund the Ruta del Vino, with a view to inviting visitors to Extremadura to better experience their passion for the wine of the region on the riversides of Guardiana.
 
Still moving.
Cheese and Sheep from Extremadura
The wide steppe of Serena has not changed since the time of knight orders: it is still a pasture land for Merino sheep. The best feta cheese of the country today comes from the south-east of Extremadura. It is laborious to produce Torta de la Serena. Just for one piece of cheese you need milk from 15 sheep.
 
Guadiana’s good Wines.
Extremadura’s Wines and Gastronomy
In Extremadura you can feel free to do whatever you want, except: testing Caldereta, drinking Guadiana’s red wine, tasting the Iberian ham and taking a notepad along.
 
Pork deluxe.
The Iberian Pork of Extremadura
The best ham in the world, the Pata Negra, comes from the Iberian Pork. Although they are very precious, the small black pigs are not barricaded in buildings as livestock and shepherded all day, but rather live carefree and pasture in holm oak forests – and of course eat acorns that give them that unique savour.
 
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Extremadura’s Highlights| Art, Culture and popular Feats | Need a little bit Nature? | Extremadura’s Past | Extremadura, a country of savourers
A gift from the Gods The ancient Roman world in Extremadura | DThe vultures of Salto del Gitano. Natural and National Parks in Extremadura | Slowing down one’s Life The Felicity of Pilgrimage on the Silver Way through Extremadura | Guadiana’s good Wines Extremadura’s Wines and Gastronomy | What happens in Merida and Caceres, stays in Merida and Caceres Feasts and Festivals in Extremadura | Speaking like an Extremenian Spanish Courses in Extremadura | Putting near an Oak Tree Golf Courses and Wellness Offers in Extremadura | Over Hill and Dale. Hiking and Cycling in Extremadura | Flying through the air Ornithology in Extremadura | On the Fishing Path Angling in Extremadura | Canoeing in the town Rivers, Extremadura’s living arms | Palaces and pilgrim hostels Accommodation facilities in Extremadura | Farmers and Saints Religious tradition in Extremadura | Pork deluxe. The Iberian Pork of Extremadura | Do you know a better place to visit? Caceres has applied to be Europe’s Capital of Culture. | More than a word Sustainability and sustainable policy in Extremadura | The same sun is shining over all of us The odd fate of the small village Granadilla | They just call it “the line” Historical facts about the borderland between Spain and Portugal | Wandering through the Passage of Life The last Way of Emperor Charles V | The true life of the sword bearers Orders of knights in Extremadura | Jewish heritage must be preserved: Spanish Inquisition and its impact in Extremadura | The right behaviour in time of crisis. Learning from the Tartessos of Cancho Roano | Blossomy Treasures. Orchids in Extremadura. | The Wonder of Almendralejo Travelling Extremadura along the “wine trail” | Still moving Cheese and Sheep from Extremadura | Facing the enemies Castle complexes in Extremadura | The Holy Place of GuadalupeThe Monastery of Guadalupe and the Miraculous Image of the Virgin Mary | The short Trial between Jesus and Pilate Museums in Extremadura | Straightforward across the steppe Motorbiking in Extremadura | Exhibition instead of Defence Extremadura’s Congress Centres in Badajoz and Merida Exploring Extremadura, Spain
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