Coria and Galisteo
Coria is a cultural-historical complex since Roman times. The wall of Coria is a magnificent example of Roman military architecture built between the centuries III and V. In the southern stretch of the wall is the Cathedral of Coria, Gothic-Renaissance style, with ‘plateresca’ decoration (Spanish architectural style) on both facades and Baroque additions in the top of the tower.
We should also highlight the Castillo de Coria, 15th century military building, the Bishop's Palace or the Royal Prison. A visit to this city is a journey of discovery.
The same happens with Galisteo, originally a capital and whose monuments speak of the importance it had, like its wall of Arab origin, made of river stones bound with mortar; its pillory, Mudejar church and bridge over the River Jerte.