Biodiversity and plenty of landscapes and natural resources, capable of satisfying all kinds of tastes, needs and hobbies. The province has two Biosphere Reserves, declared by UNESCO: Monfragüe National Park, where the Extremadura Birdwatching Fair is held every year, and the International Tagus Natural Park.
In addition, the UNESCO GlobalGeopark Villuercas-Ibores-Jara is in Cáceres, with its Appalachian relief. There are nature reserves such as the Garganta de los Infiernos gorge, the Natural Monument of the Cueva del Castañar or Los Barruecos, protected landscapes such as Valcorchero and the Sierra del Gordo and Special Protection Areas for Birds (SPA) make the province a natural paradise.
Water, in all its versions: Extremadura is home to 27% of Spain’s water reserves. It is the region with the most kilometres of inland coastline, with up to 40 bathing areas.
In the north of the province of Cáceres there are numerous gorges, waterfalls and natural pools that are a feast for the eyes. In the more central area, there are larger marshes and reservoirs, which make it possible to practice water sports (diving, canoeing, windsurfing, water skiing, etc.).