Extremadura is a Spanish region with fascinating history, amazing food, 3 UNESCO sites and many charming little villages, but is also one of the least visited areas by foreigners. If you need inspiration for your next trip to Spain and want to go away from the masses, here you have 30 images to fall in love with Extremadura.
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Irene Corchado Resmella
I'm a UK-based independent Spanish sworn and legal translator working as ICR Translations. On Piggy Traveller, I share my home region of Extremadura with the world to encourage travellers to discover a different Spain. Serial migrant. Russophile. Married to a Scot. Find me on Instagram.
Stunning! I passed through Extremadura last year (whilst riding the Via de la Plata) and hope to return there some time in the near future. Everywhere had such a nice, relaxed feel. Thanks for your great photos 🙂
Thanks for your comment. That must have been a very nice experience! You may want to stop by next time and explore a bit. There are many lovely little places that are great if you want to get away, chill out and enjoy nature. If you need some travel inspiration or tips feel free to ask. Cheers. Irene
With fine tapas and cutting-edge restaurants, Cáceres is a worthy gastronomy capital of Spain for 2015!!!
La Comarca de La Vera es simplemente fascinante!!! Muy recomendable y a poco más de 2 horas desde Madrid Capital. Un paraíso para visitar esta Primavera! :d
Few days ago, my boyfriend told me “I want to visit Extremadura”. I said to him: ‘To see what????” Now, I have my answer!!! 😉
Give it a chance! Let me know what you think of it when you’re back. Thanks for commenting on the blog. Cheers, Irene.