The river Tormes, past the city of Salamanca, heads towards some towns that host Romanesque churches of great beauty.
If you visit the areas of Alba and Peñaranda, you will discover beautiful Mudejar churches. The Mudejar techniques were developed in these areas between the 12th and 13th centuries; this style was adapted to the Romanesque style, using the bricks as its identifying element.
Sport in the open air
The days getting longer and the nice weather you can already enjoy in spring in Salamanca make this season a suitable time for adventure sports, such as canoeing,
Monasteries and convents
Hidden in the Salamancan landscape, places of secret beauty are ideal locations for convents and monasteries. It is even possible to stay in some of them to make up for lost tranquillity.
Ganadería Antonio Palla. Finca “Gusende Moscosa”
The bulls bred by Antonio Palla (genetic recombination with Juan Pedro Domecq y Díez, and Jandilla), are harmoniously well-proportioned.
Museum of the chamber pot
In the heart of Ciudad Rodrigo, at the foot of the Cathedral tower, travellers shall find one of the most original museums in this country.
The Silver Way: the southern Way of Saint James
The Silver Way, which goes from Seville to Astorga, has enhanced for centuries the circulation of people, goods and ideas. After the discovery of Apostle Saint James's tomb, it became a pilgrimage: the southern Way of Saint James.