Cottages Badajoz

Badajoz is a province located in the Extremadura, in the west of Spain. Extremadura is known for its many bird species, and is a popular destination among birdwatchers. The vast grasslands are home to many species of birds of prey and songbirds. From your cottage in Badajoz you can visit the most beautiful areas in the province, and during a walk you will encounter all kinds of special natural phenomena. The capital of the province is Badajoz, situated in the far west of the region, close to the border with Portugal. When you visit this city from your holiday home, you can visit all kinds of interesting buildings and sights, such as various museums and old entrances and walls. 

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Cottages in Badajoz

Badajoz is a province located in the Extremadura, in the west of Spain. Extremadura is known for its many bird species, and is a popular destination among birdwatchers. The vast grasslands are home to many species of birds of prey and songbirds. From your cottage in Badajoz you can visit the most beautiful areas in the province, and during a walk you will encounter all kinds of special natural phenomena. The capital of the province is Badajoz, situated in the far west of the region, close to the border with Portugal. When you visit this city from your holiday home, you can visit all kinds of interesting buildings and sights, such as various museums and old entrances and walls.

Nature in Badajoz

The climate in Badajoz is very warm and dry. Large parts of the landscape are covered with grasses, shrubs and some low tree species that are very resistant to drought. In the east of the region you can visit the La Serena region. Grasslands and shrubs are interspersed with small orchards. The region is home to many species of birds, so it is certainly worthwhile to visit La Serena from your cottage. The grasslands, for example, are home to the grand staircase, and there are special species of birds of prey, including the black vulture, griffon vulture and lesser kestrel. Special songbirds, such as the black wheatear and Thekla's lark also occur in this part of Badajoz.

In Badajoz you can also visit several large lakes from your holiday home, such as the Embalse de Alange and the Embalse de Cornalvo. Along the shores of the lakes you can regularly see heron species, such as the koi egret and the little egret. The river Guadiana also flows through Badajoz. The land on either side of the Guadiana is clearly more fertile than the drier grasslands in other parts of the province. Directly along the river there are swamp forests and reed beds, which are home to many species of insects and waterfowl.

Holiday homes in Badajoz

The holiday homes on Nature.house are all situated in beautiful places in nature. A holiday home is therefore a good starting point for exploring nature in the province of Badajoz. Badajoz has a great diversity of nature reserves, and from your holiday home you can visit both the dry grasslands and the wetter river and lake areas. You can also visit the city of Badajoz while staying in your holiday home.

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