Fiestas de la Puebla de Argeme
Feat of the patron saint celebrated in May in honour of Our Lady of Argeme.
Puebla de Argeme, a district that is part of the administrative territory of the City of Coria, honours its patron saint with the celebration of religious festivals that coincide with the Pilgrimage of Our Lady of Argeme. The main tourist attraction of this religious ancestral festival is the traditional fighting of heifers and bulls.
A town located in the fertile meadows of the Alagón River, northwest of the province of Cáceres, which were declared areas of national importance (Zonas de Interés Nacional) by the Ministry of Agriculture and Public Works in 1954, and which later became colonised and transformed into productive irrigated fields through the National Institute of Rural Development and Colonisation within the framework of the General Colonisation Plan implemented during the period between 1952- 1975.