Unmissable tourist sites
Olivenza Travel guide
Olivenza : Michelin's recommendations
Five centuries of Portuguese history have marked the shape and architecture of monuments in this quiet town surrounded by olive groves. It is one of the few places in Spain where you can see examples of the Manueline style, a specifically Portuguese art from the time of King Manuel (early 16C) which introduced Renaissance, Moorish and maritime elements, such as knots, ropes and spheres, to late Gothic architecture. Slightly off the beaten track, the town has a charming, unspoilt atmosphere.
Tourist attractions Olivenza : Things to see and do
place Constitucíon 1 E - 06100 Olivenza
Many Renaissance, Moorish and naval elements decorated the building. The entrance gate is decorated with two spheres that symbolise the Portuguese naval discoveries.
place de la Constitución E - 06100 Olivenza
The lierne and tierceron vault stands on twisted columns and contrasts with the baroque sanctuary decorated with azulejos and luxurious retables.
place de Santa María E - 06100 Olivenza
The museum is housed in an 18C building in the walls of a medieval castle. Reconstructions of various workshops, including a tailor's, a forge, an oil mill and a 19C home.
The interior of Palacio Arteaga combines the style and comfort of past times with today's modern facilities. The various conference rooms are equipped with the most modern technology of a great hotel, making them ideal for business meetings or socia..
Carretera Badajoz, Km. 23, 7 E - 06100 Olivenza
The emblematic Hotel Heredero is 5 minutes' walk from Olivenza Castle and 100 metres from the town centre. It offers elegant rooms with free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV. The rooms are decorated with dark wood furnishings. They feature air conditionin..