Parador, the palace of Dukes of Feria
One of the top things to enjoy in Zafrsa (and a place where you can actually stay!) is the Palace of the Duques de Feria. This is the old Alcazar. It has high battlemented walls with towers at the corners and also at the front. It was extended in 1437 and then partly modernized in the 16th Century. The top highlight is the two-story, white marble patio dates from the same time and it is attributed to Juan de Herrera. The Salon Dorado, in the main tower, contains paintings and has an artesunate ceiling. The chapel, of Mudejar style, is also worth mentioning.
Nuestra señora de la Candelaria church
This collegiate church dates back to the 14th and 16th centuries. It is a single aisled church, with a short transept and a Herrera-style portal. Inside there is a treasure: a retable with ten.
Plaza Grande y Plaza Chica
These two squares are the perfect spots to enjoy a walk and relax in Zafra. This is also an area with more bars, terraces, and restaurants.
House of Ruy Lopez
Ruy Lopez was a priest and the most important chess player of his time. He was the first chess world champion in 1575! Ruy Lopez introduced many classical openings to the game.