7 delicious landscapes to savor Caceres at your own pace

In Extremadura, the landscape is linked to gastronomy and gastronomy is linked to the landscape. With aromas of rosemary, rockrose, thyme, lavender, and a thousand herbs that are steeped in the essence of their dishes. It has hints of acorns, countryside delights, green pastures and clear streams flowing down from snowy peaks.

Hints of chestnuts, olives, tomatoes and sweet and tasty fruits observed from a bird’s (or rather vulture’s) eye view. Flavors of nature that permeate Caceres’ meat, sausages and cheeses, from Las Hurdes to Tierra de Barros, through the Valleys of Jerte and Ibor, through the plains or the water of La Serena, or even the Banks of the Guadiana river, the Sierra de Gata, Villuercas and the thousand Meadows appearing on the horizon.

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Things to do in O Grove apart from the Festa do Marisco

Since 1963, the town of O Grove hosts in its harbor thousands of visitors eager to know one of the jewels of this geographically small peninsula that separates the estuaries of Arosa and Pontevedra: the Festa do Marisco. The Seafood Fair fills this seaside town during the early days of October with oysters, mussels, cockles, razor clams, prawns, scallops, shrimps, crabs, crayfish and goose barnacles, all at reasonable prices. This is a very popular gastronomic event of National Tourist Interest that, together with the beauty of its coast and the nearby Isla de la Toja, has turned this town into one of the most important tourist centers in Galicia. However, this wonderful part of the world hides many more treasures than its prized seafood. These are some of the things you cannot miss during your visit to this quaint fishing village framed in a landscape of colorful fishing boats and lush forests.

Wine harvesting in 7 incredible wine museums

Wine tourism has been on vogue for some years now and is expected to remain fashionable for a long time. Wine has something special about it that is attracting more and more people every year. Most world-class wineries in Spain are open to visitors, offering luxury beauty treatments and 5-star stays. This is a business that involves much more than grapes, and where you can even participate in the wine harvest. For free, of course. There are also museums where you can learn the best of wine culture without having to bend down to pick grapes.