|Birth||1604 (Arroyo de San Serván, Badajoz Province, Extremadura, Spain)|
|Death||30 August 1672 (Coria, Cáceres, Cáceres Province, Extremadura, Spain)|
Gonzalo Bravo de Grajera (1604–1672) was a Roman Catholic prelate who served as Bishop of Coria (1671–1672) and Bishop of Palencia (1665–1671).
Gonzalo Bravo de Grajera was born in Arroyo de San Serván, Spain in 1604. On 27 Jun 1665, he was appointed during the papacy of Pope Alexander VII as Bishop of Palencia. In May 1666, he was consecrated bishop by Miguel Pérez Cevallos, Titular Bishop of Arcadiopolis in Asia. On 28 Sep 1671, he was appointed during the papacy of Pope Clement X as Bishop of Coria.
He served as Bishop of Coria until his death on 30 Aug 1672.