The cost of living in the province of Cáceres is significantly lower than in other autonomous communities. Indicators such as the price of renting a house or Property Tax are cheaper in this province than in the rest of Spain.
Tranquillity and security. It is the region with the lowest crime rate in the country, according to the Ministry of Interior, and with lower population density, making it a perfect place to relax and disconnect from the madding crowd.
Gastronomy in the area, with products with Protected Designation of Origin, such as cheese, honey, paprika, oil, wine or ham; Protected Geographical Indications such as ‘Veal of Extremadura’ and ‘Lamb of Extremadura’ and others that, without having these recognitions, are of unbeatable quality, whether they are fruits or vegetables, sausages, wines, cavas or craft beers.
Astronomical destination: The skies of the province of Cáceres are considered among the best in Europe, with 200 nights for observation per year. It has seven privileged vantage points, a new network of celestial viewpoints and four ‘Open Sky’ enclaves.