Away from the well know circuits, there still are unspoiled regions in Spain, that you will love to discover with your family or friends!
Of all the Spanish regions, the geographically isolated Extremadura – “the land beyond the river Douro” – remains the most remote from the modern world. And in evocative Cáceres, the city’s demure leisurely pace of life, fascinating walled old town, well-preserved Jewish quarter and warm, hospitable inhabitants ensure that visitors to this magical part of Spain never want to leave.
Burgos, in the old Castilla-Leon, is halfway on the gourmet route between Ribera del Duero and La Rioja wine regions in Spain. With its grand riverside promenades, character-filled old quarter, and outstanding collection of churches and monasteries, modern-day Burgos offers plenty to keep you busy.
The potent red wines of Rioja and Ribera del Duero are the perfect companions for the rich dishes of the region! You will enjoy testing the famous cheeses, the fresh vegetables and the roasted Lamb.
Perched on a hill, overlooking the Tagus River, lies the atmospheric, historic town of Toledo. Toledo boasts a splendid amount of architecture, dating back centuries and spanning a variety of cultures who once called this important town theirs. It is a delightful town, whose “Casco Viejo” is small enough to discover on foot. Visitors to the old town are rewarded dramatic views over the river, into the geometric fields of Castilla-La Mancha.