Come and discover all that Jaraíz de la Vera has to offer.
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- Oficina de Turismo de Jaraíz de la Vera
Location and Contact:
- Opening times
Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-2pm and 4pm-6.30pm
Tuesday-Saturday, 9.30am-2pm and 5-7pm
Come and discover all that Jaraíz de la Vera has to offer.This Tourist Office offers information on everything there is to do or visit in the area. They will be able to help you to make the most of your stay and they will give you information on the best routes and activities.
- Tourism Office
- Public services
Museum Foundation Pecharromán
The aim of the collections in this museum is to create a guiding thread so as to achieve an in-depth understanding of the artistic works of Ricardo Pecharromán y Morales
History and Art Museum of the Monastery of Yuste
The Monastery of Yuste was built in the 15th century, has been declared a National and European Heritage Site and houses a history museum.
Garganta Mayor Gorge
If you want to enjoy nature and discover a beautiful and intimate spot, don't miss Garganta Mayor gorge - a natural pool in the heart of the La Vera region.
Gorge of Pedro Chate - El Lago
You can't miss the chance to take a swim in the waters of the natural pool of El Lago - a true summer paradise in the La Vera region.
Gorge of Pedro Chate - Las Pilas
This distant spot of the La Vera region hides the Las Pilas pond in the Gorge of Pedro Chate, where you can take a swim and enjoy the comfort of having all the services you need to hand to make the most of a summer's day.
Gorge of San Gregorio
In the heart of the La Vera region is the Gorge of San Gregorio - a torrent of cold water that offers you an idyllic natural space where you can refresh yourself in summer.
Colonias de Cernícalo Primilla de Jaraíz De La Vera Special Protection Area (SPA) for Birds
The area attracts kestrels throughout the year, especially in the breeding season.
Pasarón de la Vera
The municipality of Pasarón de la Vera is surrounded by woodlands and cultivated land where they grow olives, grapes, figs and cherries.
Located 1,175 metres above sea level in the Sierra de Tormantos mountains, Piornal is the highest town in Extremadura.