Benavente: 70 km north from the capital. Santa María church and Castle of La Mota (now the Parador of Benavente). The parador Fernando II de Leon as it is called occupies the castle- palace built in the twelfth century and is part of the former walled enclosure of the town.
Sanabria: on the border with Galicia. Declared a Historic and Artistic centre and set within the countryside near the Sanabria Lake.
Fermoselle, located on the border with Portugal and on the edge of the Arribes del Duero Natural Park. The Arribes feature a hunting reserve in the Culebra mountain range (with the highest population of wolves in the whole of Europe).
Villafáfila. The lakes, in ancient times beaches, still retain the sand and fossils is home to numerous species of European birds. It is second largest water reserve in Spain after Doñana.