Located in the North of Caceres, Extremadura, Sierra de Gata treated us to a few relaxing days filled with laughs and good moments while enjoying the region as part of #Alagontrip blog trip last week.
We visited four cozy villages and uncountable natural pools to face the high August temperatures.
SAN MARTIN DE TREVEJO
San Martin de Trevejo’s main square. 10 AM
A lonely black cat in San Martin de Trevejo streets
Dark interior of San Martin de Trevejo’s church.
A bit of San Martin de Trevejo’s door porn. Wood, stone
The taste of old stuff. San Martin de Trevejo
Trunks piled up in a narrow San Martin’s street
Bloggers at work wandering through San Martin de Trevejo’s streets
Not trendy or anything, just a car in San Martin de Trevejo
Heat. San Martin de Trevejo. 11AM
Wood over wood. Main door, San Martin de Trevejo
The oh so necessary water fountain in the middle of San Martin’s main square
Lovely accommodation. Hospederia Conventual, San Martin de Trevejo
What we do at night. Admire and picture the Milky Way! San Martin de Trevejo
Spot a local if you can.. Trevejo castle at noon
Isolated but amazing views over Sierra de Gata. Trevejo
Shade goodness. Trevejo
Frame Trevejo from one of the castle’s main entries
Time for some fun! Gata natural pools
Lovely nature in Gata
It’s pretty difficult to just not jump like crazy in those natural pools when visiting during the Spanish summer
After a 15 minutes hike from the main square, we reached this spot on time for the sunset over Gata
ROBLEDILLO DE GATA 119 inhabitants
Early work out in Robledillo de Gata
Would it make any sense of cleaning it? Robledillo de Gata
Donkey, Robledillo de Gata
Among others, we spent some time in the Oil Museum, Robledillo de Gata
We used to build big things the simple way. Oil museum, Robledillo de Gata
Five minutes we were staring at this.. reflections were incredible! Oil Museum, Robledillo de Gata
Oil Museum. Robledillo de Gata
Antonio, Mayra, and Fran showed us all the cool spots in town. Robledillo de Gata
Trying to capture a waterfall without a tripod. Robledillo de Gata
Another gorgeous natural pool in Robledillo de Gata
One can tell when a town has been restored with love. Robledillo de Gata
Doorporn. Robledillo de Gata church
More wood and stone goodness. Detail, Robledillo de Gata church
Time to head somewhere else. Thanks, Robledillo de Gata! We’ve had a blast!
#Alagontrip blog trip was put together by Extremadura Turismo and Blog On Brands. Indulging baths were possible thanks to the awesome swimsuits of The Indian Face, bags were provided by Osprey Packs thanks to JAM Collective and we got other travel issues like a water bottle and a hammock from Grand Trunk Goods thanks to Deep Creek PR. Although all these companies and DMO helped us to visit Sierra de Gata and Extremadura; all opinions are, as always, our own.