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Find the Mérida climate diagram. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 4° low. August is the driest month.
Merida holiday cottages are about ancient Roman ruins
The capital of Extremadura, Spain's Mérida is a unique Roman city filled with secret wonders. Founded in 25 BCE, it is a World Heritage Site and has the largest collection of Roman sites in Spain. Holiday lettings here offer you a unique taste of all that ancient Extremadura has to offer.
Tastes of the region
Restaurante Rex Numitor, with jamón ibérico (Iberian ham) on display, invites you with its warm and flavourful ambience. You can enjoy traditional dishes in a sophisticated setting, and the large wine list includes some superb local varieties.
The owner also has a ham shop, El Yantar, a few streets away, in front of the Roman theatre. At Restaurante Galileo, you can try thirty varieties of pizza, while Britz offers traditional local specialities.
Mérida's sites have the UNESCO stamp of approval. Explore the remains of Emerita Augustus, the ancient Roman colony that became Mérida. It was one of the most important Roman strongholds in the Mediterranean, and the area now has the most Roman ruins in Spain. The amphitheatre is one of Spain's oldest archaeological sites. It seats about 15,000 and was once used for bloody gladiatorial contests.
Next door, the Roman Theatre is in exceptional condition, despite being built in 15 BCE. Every summer, it hosts the Mérida International Classical Theatre Festival. The Roman circus is a vast 1,312 metres, and the Temple of Diana's Corinthian columns have stood tall since the first century.
Exploring ancient Extremadura
Why not take a day trip to the idyllic 12th-century city of Zafra? Its squares are constructed in Arab style, and it has a 15th-century castle to discover.
Travel even farther back in history at Jerez de los Caballeros, where the remains of a prehistoric settlement are still visible. The Visigoths and Moors passed through, as did the storied Knights Templar, who once inhabited the city's Moorish castle.
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