Going back to the path flanked by cork oaks you can walk 7 kilometres under their pleasant shade, until you see the detour to Riolobos. The signs for the Camino point towards this village, where you can access any services, and it will divert you for 1 kilometre from the beautiful path, marked with white arrows.
You have two options to get to Galisteo, encircled by a handsome wall made of cobblestones, more than 1 kilometre long, erected in the 13th century and with a nice walkway around it.
The Vía de la Plata continues towards the road to Plasencia, crossing the River Jerte and from there you have 5 kilometres to the village of Aldehuela del Jerte, with the church of San Blas. If you walk 5 more kilometres, you will come to the end of this section, Carcaboso, with several Roman milestones by the church of Santiago.