Extremadura is a European region located in the southwest of the Iberian Peninsula. It is composed of the two largest provinces in Spain: Cáceres and Badajoz.
It is the Atlantic gateway to Europe, by its direct and close connection with Lisbon, due to the links it has with the main Spainsh cities such as Madrid or Seville.
Extremadura has the lowest labour costs compared to other regions of Spain and Europe. It also has industrial areas of immediate availability at very competitive costs, as well as the lower cost of agricultural land in Spain.
Extremadura is a convergence objective 1 region for the European Union. This makes it possible for industrial projects to benefit from maximum investment aid intensities.
Extremadura has abundant natural resources, with 40 dams and 4 river basins. It’s the region with the most kilometers of inland coast in Spain.
The high availability of agricultural land allows us to provide the lower cost of agricultural soil of Spain.
Last updated: 31|07|2019
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