Lined with orange trees, this narrow, carefully preserved plaza is at the northwest end of the old medieval quarter. At one end is the 15th-century church of San Vicente Ferrer, with an adjoining convent that's now the Parador Plasencia.
Palacio de Mirabel. The north side of the Plaza de San Vicente Ferrer is dominated by the Renaissance Palacio de Mirabel, a two-story, 15th-century palace with a neoclassical interior courtyard surrounded by arches. Pass through the central arch for a view of the courtyard. There are no official visiting hours, but if you knock on the door, the caretaker is often willing to give informal tours. Pl. de San Vicente Ferrer s/n, 10600. 927/410701 (try the tourist office if no answer). Mon.–Sat. 10–2 and 4–6 (hours are very approximate).
Plasencia, 10600, Spain