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Make a holiday rental, home, or cottage in Caceres Province, Spain your home away from home

Holidaymakers looking for an exciting holiday in a warm climate might like to try the Caceres Province of Spain. Located on the west of Spain by the border with Portugal, this is a fascinating area with plenty of interesting things to do and see. Here visitors will find numerous different places to stay including self catering accommodation, apartments, villas, B&Bs and campsites.

Things to do on holiday to Caceres Province, Spain

Caceres Province offers fantastic scenery that holidaymakers can enjoy by walking, horse riding or cycling. The area is also an excellent location for bird watching, winery tours, antique hunting and painting. Sports enthusiasts will find many places available for swimming and tennis, not to mention the numerous golf courses in the province including one at Carretera de Merida. There are ample opportunities for various types of angling such as freshwater and fly fishing. Caceres Province has many restaurants, bars and cafes offering mainly traditional Spanish fare. Self catering holidaymakers can purchase excellent locally produced food, drink and other provisions as well as handcrafted gifts and souvenirs from local markets and shops.

Places to visit on holiday to Caceres Province, Spain

This province has many wonderful scenic places to visit including the Monfrague National Park, which is home to 1,400 different species of trees. The park is popular with birdwatchers as rare species of raptors can be found here such as the Eurasian Black Vulture. Los Barruceos Natural Monument is another place well worth visiting as it is home to a colony of white stork. The city of Caceres has many interesting places for holidaymakers to visit such as fantastic old churches and ancient walls. The city is also blessed with some delightful museums, palaces and stately homes that are very interesting attractions to visit. The walled city of Plasencia has many interesting sights too including the walls with six gates and 68 towers that date back to 1197. The city also features a cathedral, churches, a castle and museums.

Weather in Caceres Province, Spain

The warmest time of the year to visit the province of Teruel is generally July and August when the average high is 33 degrees centigrade. In the winter months the night time average temperatures are about 8 degrees centigrade but can fall to just above freezing. Summers are very dry and on average July and August sees the least amount of rainfall with only 7 to 8mm. December is generally the wettest month with an average of 87mm.

Travel to Caceres Province, Spain

Seville Airport is approximately a three hour drive from the province capital, Caceres. Flights arrive here from numerous Spanish cities as well as international airports including Amsterdam (AMS), Brussels (BRU), Dublin (DUB), Lisbon (LIS), London-Gatwick (LGW), London-Heathrow (LHW), Paris-Orly (ORY) and Rome-Fiumicino (FCO) amongst others. On the ground floor of the main terminal building are five car hire companies, which are AurigaCrown, Avis, Europcar, Hertz and National Atesa.

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Recent Reviews

The holiday house of a lifetime!

5 of 5
When we were driving up in the car we were all so excited but we weren't expecting what we did get. The house was spectacular with all the rooms very well done. It had everything you needed and more for your comfort. The house had floor to ceiling windows which allowed you to see the view all the time (even when you were washing up). There is a lovely combined kitchen and living room (which is the main room) allowing you to have lots of room.All the beds are double beds and really comfortable. The outside was even better there was the glistening pool and the beautiful views. We all enjoyed sitting beside the pool in the sun reading our books with the lovely view right in front of our eyes. The pool was perfect for cooling yourself down, playing games and proper swimming. It was always clean with a very helpful man coming every other day to clean it. The view you had was the Sierra de Gredos mountains. There was also the table tennis table which every one of us enjoyed playing. The heat was lovely and warm and it was perfect to sunbathe in and get a good tan. We were there for twenty one days and it shone every day. There was a little village near the house where you had everything you needed: several bakeries, patisserie, super market , sweet shop, pharmacy and lots of lovely cafes and restaurant. In the villages every body was so cheerful and they were also so happy to help you. Nearby were also some rock pools which we enjoyed having a swim in and then eating pepas on the rocks, you could go and listen to the water rushing and watch fish swim by. I would highly recommend this house for people to stay in as you would have an amazing time and great fun. Hans and Viveca are so helpful and friendly and welcomed us so warmly into their home. So anybody who is looking at renting out this house should not hesitate! Written by Rosie age 10
  • Review Submitted: Sep 18, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017

Beautiful house in superb setting.

5 of 5
We had a fabulous stay in this house. It is a beautiful house in a lovely village. The house has everything you would need. It is so well equipped and spacious. Everything was spotless. Superb outside space too and great views. The host sent links for interesting places to visit in the area which was so useful. The little village has a shop where you can get provisions. Natural swimming pool a few minutes walk from the property in an idyllic setting. Would love to stay here again and highly recommend this property and the owner for all his help.
  • Review Submitted: Sep 14, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2017