Extremadura self catering Accommodation - take a trip off the beaten tourist track
Visitors to Extremadura holiday rentals can see some of Spain's finest ancient monuments, as well as relax in a national park and enjoy some really great regional cuisine. Many of Spain's conquistadors had their origins in this part of the nation. Visitors to Extremadura holiday rentals will find some of the most beautiful scenery the region possesses in the north. The valleys of Vera and Jerte offer some stunning views, while the Gata mountains offer some great routes for hikers. The Rivers Tajo and Guadiana flow through Extremadura, and their valleys are particularly picturesque.
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Rent Extremadura Holiday Villas and dive back in history in the region's capital Merida
The town of Merida has one of the finest collections of ancient Roman remains and ruins on view anywhere in Spain, with a theatre, an amphitheatre and two aquaducts amongst its many and varied ancient attractions. Caceres has one of the best preserved medieval Old Towns of any urban settlement in the country. Both of these towns have been recognised as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. The town of Trujillo is where the famous conquistador Pizarro was born. Guadalupe, another town in the region, has a massive monastery furnished in Mudejar style. British visitors to Extremadura holiday rentals may also want to visit the town of Badajoz. This was the site of a bloody siege and battle in 1812, when the British and Portuguese forces of the Earl (later Duke) of Wellington stormed the town. Visitors can also see the Moorish watch towers and walls.
Choose Extremadura Apartments and sample the delicious ham, cheese and olive oil of this part of Spain
The region also has culinary attractions to offer to any guests in Extremadura holiday rentals. Although not often recognised outside Spain, the wines and olive oils in the area are good quality, while one archetypal product of Extremadura is sheep's cheese. Varieties of this are found in Casar and Serena. The Vera Valley produces fine paprika, and there are also a number of regional pork products which are very tasty indeed. Travellers who book a stay in Extremadura holiday rentals will find that the region is well off the beaten track when it comes to tourism. Much of the local culture and customs have been perserved, and for anyone looking for a slice of genuine Spain, free from tourist crowds, this south western corner of the country is well worth looking at.
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most booked accommodations in Extremadura are house rentals and apartment rentals. We search from more than 417 accommodations in Extremadura to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
With Casamundo you can find rentals in Extremadura starting at €45 - On average, you will stay in a 62 m² (Apartment rentals) or a 92 m² (House rentals).
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
We can help you find accommodations in Extremadura for a group. On average, the house rentals has space for 4 guests.