If you leave from the Plaza de España, you will exit Carcaboso through a gravel road. You need to ignore the Junta de Extremadura signs or else you will end up walking 1 extra kilometre.
The Camino once again offers you this beautiful Extremadura landscape of cork oaks, until you reach Finca Dehesa Venta Quemada, where you have to take the detour towards Oliva de Plasencia. Those who wish to continue must walk always in the same direction until they find the Roman arch of Cáparra, unique in Spain. The old Roman road of the Vía de la Plata used to go past this arch, and it is nowadays the icon of this route.
The path continues alternating tar roads and footpaths in the woods until you reach Aldeanueva del Camino. The Camino goes past the Roman bridge at Garganta Buitrera. You can also see the 15th-century churches of Nuestra Señora del Olmo and San Servando.