Fregenal de la Sierra
Carefully conserved popular architecture and an interesting list of artistic and architectural features make this a fine example of the typical mountain villages in the south of Badajoz. Its old quarter has the Property of Cultural Interest designation.
The mediaeval castle of the Templar Order (mid-13th century) is one of the sights well worth visiting in Fregenal. It has a trapezoid floor plan and is extremely large, with walls reinforced by seven towers. Access is through the Gothic doorway in the keep. Inside are the Bullring (18th century) and the Mercado de Abastos market (20th century). It is adjoined by Santa María Church and the Rectory.