Sierra de San Pedro, Extremadura, Spain: situated on the El Pericuto hill near Aliseda, from where you get stunning views of the Sierra de San Pedro to the south towards the Caceres plains to the north. This is a magnificent area for watching Mediterranean woodland species and where you can find the densest populations in Extremadura of key species like Eurasian Black Vulture, Egyptian Vulture, Black Stork, Spanish Imperial Eagle and Bonelli´s Eagle. This is also one of the best sierras for observing rutting stags in autumn. Nearby are the Caceres plains where you can see species like Great and Little Bustards, European Rollers and many more.
The hostel has 30 places in a total of six bedrooms (of four to six places) which come with sink, toilet and shower. All rooms come with bedding and a bathroom. There is one fully-fitted double room.
Guests have the use of the dining room and catering on site, or they can visit a local restaurant to try some of the local specialties.
The team here are culturally active and run activities for naturalists