Riding a Bicycle or an eBike

It seems a bit of a strange idea to take an (e)Bike to bike through hilly Trujillo and its surroundings, especially if you don't bike on a regular basis. But we can strongly advice you to do so. On an eBike your are all of a sudden a champion and you climb mountains as if it were nothing. For rent for 3 hours or per day with or without GPS or take a guided tour. Be brave!

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An easy walk around the castle

It is not going to be easier, nor nicer. Nature starts right on the other site of the city wall and the path around it is quite accessible, with every here and there a small elevation, but never difficult. Best to be done at sunset, because the sun sets on this side of the city. Beautiful views over the surrounding countryside.

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Hiking in Extremadura

Hiking in the Cáceres province is very well possible. Summer is probably not the most appropriate time of the year, but if you leave early (and when we say early, we really mean early) it is still possible. In spring and autumn hiking is even for the not so early birds. In Monfragüe you'll find several routes, but also around Trujillo you can find nice routes for walking. Not to forget the one around the lake in Los Barruecos (Malpartida de Cáceres). Alle these are accessible without training. For the more experienced ones we have of course the famous book "Walking in Extremadura" (in English) at your disposal.

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Bird watching with a guide

Many people come to Trujillo with a purpose: to watch birdlife. Those who come prepared wont't find any useful information here, because they bring their binoculars, cameras and lenses and know exactly where to search for the things they are looking for. But if you like to learn (a little) more about where the birdwatchers are so excited about, it is highly recommended to take a guided tour. Making a reservation before you arrive is necessary. We are happy to make arrangements or find the guide we work with on the next page.

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