Because in the Jerte Valley it's not all about cherry trees, it's time for chestnuts! It is a traditional mountain crop, with leafy trees, where harvesting is done entirely by hand between the beginning of October and the end of November.Read More
The walk through the forest in Casas del Castañar, sometimes chestnut trees, sometimes honey oaks, is a path of sifted light, creaking logs and chestnuts that hit the ground in their fall. There is still no vegetative stop and green tinges the leaves in this mild autumn that we are just beginning to enjoy. The...Read More
Autumn arrives and we are ambushed in one of our routes among centenary chestnut trees, such as those of Escondelobo and those of the Fuente de las Escobanchas, in the heart of the Jerte Valley.Read More
Monfragüe becomes an Open Sky School when we receive children and youth groups. The National Park and the Biosphere Reserve are magnificent settings, and contact with nature is a good tool to promote pro-environmental behavior in young people.Read More
At 80 years old, Justo still has all his energy to continue drying figs in the traditional way and thus be able to consume them out of season while preserving all their nutritional value... In the region of La Vera fig trees have been cultivated since time immemorial and that is why here we can...Read More
We discovered the rich biodiversity of the Mediterranean forest and pastureland with the family from the scenic viewpoint of Monfragüe Castle, the Salto del Gitano and in the interpretation centers of the National Park. Places where young people observe, enter, are surprised and amazed by the natural and cultural heritage they treasure. Moments that are...Read More
La Vera, with its fifty gorges and more than a thousand streams, is a dream place that offers unforgettable secret places to continue visiting in these last days of summer. One of them is the Cascada del Diablo, located in the Gualtaminos Gorge, halfway between the Verato foothills and the fertile plains of Campo Arañuelo,...Read More
One of the fascinating experiences that we like at Verdehesa, is to find a summer meadow with irrigation by means of circular mobile sprinklers, to enjoy the rainbow formed by the sprinkler drops and, of course, to take advantage of the opportunity to cool off! The Merinas of this farm discovered it a long time...Read More
Every time we visit Plasencia we do not miss this perspective of the main facade of the New Cathedral from the fountain of the Cabildo, surrounded by orange trees that hide, on the other side, the magnificent building of "La Casa del Deán".Read More
We accompanied this family to the unique enclave of Monfragüe Castle, to enjoy fabulous views of the National Park and the sea of meadows that surrounds it. There was also a visit to the Salto del Gitano to observe the impressive flight of griffon vultures and Egyptian vultures. And all this with the good fortune...Read More
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