Casas del Naval

Surroundings of a
fascinating estate

Surroundings of a
fascinating estate

Surroundings of a
fascinating estate

Surroundings of a
fascinating estate

Surroundings of a
fascinating estate

Surroundings of a
fascinating estate

Nature is breath-taking in La Vera, due to its microclimate.
Five of its villages have been declared Historical and Artistic Ensembles.

Casas del Naval is located 2km from Villanueva de la Vera and from Valverde de la Vera. Our villages are only 200km from Madrid and are of the most beautiful of this region, with popular fiestas of cultural interest. Five of its villages have been declared Historical and Artistic Sites due to their numerous and beautiful monuments of popular architecture.

The surroundings boast a mild microclimate with plenty of water, which gifts the area with exceptional lushness, an adventurous landscape, a unique setting, a result of the hybrid between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean.

A stone wall

The Gredos Sierra mountain range and the region of La Vera

During several months a year the snow covers the peaks on the horizon. This mountain range forms a natural screen which sooths the winter temperatures. The ever present water flows down the rivers, into the streams, brooks and gorges- perfect spots to take a dip.

The Gredos Sierra is an ancient granite mass, with younger areas like the outstanding Pico Almanzor peak formed during the Alpine Orogeny.
The mountain slopes are covered with Pyrenean oak, pine trees, chestnut trees and Spanish broom. This is a
perfect location for hiking, hunting, and for unique species of fauna as is the Iberian ibex.

At the foot of the mountain, the region is bountiful in water and cultivates cherries, figs, terraced olive groves alongside palm trees and orange trees, tobacco fields, raspberries, kiwis, and also peppers which make pimentón a type of paprika famous from this region.


This is one of the best preserved historic villages of La Vera. Its main square has an arcaded façade with balconies. The church is halfway between late Gothic and of the early Renaissance. It celebrates unique popular fiestas like the Peropalo, during Carnival season. This location is also famous for its Guitarvera Festival.


This is the village which has kept by far the region´s most typical and original architecture intact. Famous for its ¨regueras¨ informal canals that flow through the streets of the village. Above, by the Conde de Nieva Castle ruins rises its Gothic church.

Cuacos de Yuste

Charming village and unique squares with beautiful spots of traditional architecture. Emperor Charles V chose La Vera to retire, specifically at the palace annexed to the Yuste Monastery, near this village of Cuacos.


This is the most populated town of the county. Amongst its heritage, its curious main square stands out with two-level storeys.


It is located on the West side of La Vera by the banks of the River Jerte. It has a magnificent old quarter and boast several old palaces and two cathedrals; both a Romanesque and a Renaissance one.


Squares and churches rich in historic content. It has the Castle of the Counts of Oropesa which looks onto the village and out to the landscape and beyond to the Sierra of Gredos.


It is considered the cultural and touristic centre of La Vera. On the first fortnight of February there is a symbolic route done by horse, to commemorate the journey of Emperor Charles V from the Castle of the Counts of Oropesa (today a Parador Hotel) to his final place of dwelling, the Monastery of Yuste.

Garganta la Olla

This village still conserves a brilliant example of traditional and popular granite stone wall masonry and wooden frameworks with adobe or bricks. It was declared an Artistic- Historic Site in 1983.