Barceló Cáceres V Centenario
Dream weddings
Extremadura, Spain
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Destination Info
City of monuments
Celebrating their wedding at the Barceló Cáceres V Centenario gives couples the opportunity get to know the beautiful city of Cáceres. The city is situated in the province of the same name in the north of the autonomous community of Extremadura.

It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986 and has been named Europe's third “complex of monuments”.

Cáceres enjoys a continental climate, tempered by its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean. Winters are cool, with an average temperature of 11°C, while summers are hot, with an average temperature of 21°C. Spring and autumn are the wettest times of year but rainfall is intermittent.

Couples who decide to stay in the hotel for a few days before or after the wedding can visit one of the area's many attractions, such as the old city of Cáceres or the Monfragüe National Park.

You must see…
The secrets of Extremadura
Cáceres – city of monuments

The city of Cáceres is a perfect destination for a romantic getaway. There is nothing better than strolling down its history-filled streets, through an urban setting redolent of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The evenings are a time to enjoy the nightlife of the Plaza Mayor and its surrounds.

 

The natural monument of Los Barruecos

Nature and history lovers will not want to miss Los Barruecos. This natural area captivates with its beautiful landscapes and prehistoric remains. The passage of time has eroded its granite outcrops, creating stunning monoliths such as the Peñas del Tesoro.

 

Monfragüe National Park

The Monfragüe National Park was Extremadura's first protected area. Situated in the middle of the province of Cáceres, the park has become a bird watching sanctuary. While enjoying the beautiful surrounds, visitors can watch black storks, vultures and imperial eagles in flight.