Extremadura's ever-changing landscape offers a myriad of walking routes all year round and it is no wonder hikers and nature lovers in general are regular visitors to this remote part of Spain. Unlike the more popular beach destinations in Spain, Extremadura is not overpopulated by neither locals nor tourists. Anyone searching for tranquility will appreciate the remoteness of Extremadura's mountains, steppes, and most typically dehesas, gently-rolling hills dotted with oak trees.
We highly recommend Gisela Radant Wood's Walking in Extremadura and Walking the Sierras of Extremadura, both available for reference at Finca Flores Amarillas. You can also visit her website where she regularly publishes new walks and updates the old ones. And if you are lucky, you might even run into Gisela in the streets of our village of Almoharín.
You can also sign up for guided nature walks, bicycle tours and sailing trips with Karin and Uwe, our local guides, fluent in English, Spanish and German.
Don't forget to ask about our healthy packed lunches to take on your excursions or order an evening meal so you can restore your energy after a hard day's walking.