Zafra, a beautiful and captivating medieval town with a population of approximately 17,000, is located in southern Extremadura at the historical Roman crossroads between Seville, Mérida, Córdoba, Badajoz and Southeast Portugal. It was once the capital of the Dukedom of Feria. The Duke built his castle palace here, today it’s the pride of Zafra and a luxury hotel known as the Parador of Zafra. Cuisine, culture and festivals are hallmarks of this friendly town. Due to its ideal location, Zafra is chosen by many travelers as their “base of operations”. From here they visit the surrounding towns and take in all these have to offer. The spectacular Roman ruins of Mérida are just 45 minutes away by car; Seville, 75 minutes away and both are connected by the modern expressway A-66 (Seville-Mérida), which passes by Zafra and parallels the Roman viaduct “Ruta de la Plata” (Silver route).
BLA BLA BLA