6 Best Places to Shop in Extremadura, Spain

Sabor a Montánchez

Fodor's choice

Satisfy your jamón cravings at this gourmet shop specializing in acorn-fed pork products. There are usually baskets of terrific La Dalia pimentón on sale as well; grab one or two tins here as they're hard to find outside Extremadura.

Centro de Artesanía Casa Palacio de los Moraga

Eschew the usual souvenir shops and instead drop by this art collective that sells wallets, purses, pins, toys, clothes, and other decorative elements in leather and ceramics made by local artisans.

Calle Cuesta de Aldana 1, Cáceres, 10003, Spain
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Eduardo Pablos Mateos

This workshop specializes in wood carvings, basketwork, and furniture made from esparto grass. Call ahead to confirm opening hours and to schedule a personal tour with the artisan in a separate location. 

Calle de San Judas 3, Trujillo, 10200, Spain

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La Casa del Jamón

Stock up here on local charcuterie, sausages, jamón ibérico, cheeses, Extremeño wines, and cherry liqueur. There are many branches across Extremadura; alternatively, order online.

La Despensa

This gourmet shop on the corner of Plaza Mayor was once the wine cellar of a 16th-century palace. Now it sells local products including jamón, cheese, wine, and locally made beer at excellent prices. Stop by for samples and take home your favorites. 

Cuesta de la Sangre 0, Trujillo, 10200, Spain

Pastelería Isa

The city's premier pastry shop since opening in 1952, "La Isa" is best known for its mojicón, an oversized orange-scented muffin native to Extremadura that's the perfect café con leche sidekick.

Pl. Mayor 25, Cáceres, 10003, Spain