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Walks Through the Valley

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The Aguamulas is a small tributary of the Guadalquivir which passes through one of the park's most beautiful smaller valleys, flowing through numerous rapids and pools along the way. You can enjoy the sight and sound of the river as you make your way along a pleasant forest trail lined with pines, in the shade of which grows a dense Mediterranean vegetation of oaks, strawberry trees, mastic and terebinth. In the distance you can make out the imposing rock faces of Banderillas, whose peak rises to an altitude of almost 2000 metres.

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This route traverses the first 20 Km of the A-317 road from Hornos to Pontones and Santiago de la Espada. It is a highly panoramic stretch of road with seven viewpoints where you can stop for stunning views over the surrounding scenery. Every viewpoint is equipped with a parking area, benches, waste-bins and wooden fences. Some of them also have picnic tables. Attractive tile panels help you to interpret the landscape and learn more about certain aspects of the local natural and cultural heritage

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This large botanical garden boasts a broad and well-kept selection of plants from the Nature Reserve, ranging from small grasses to big trees. It is the perfect place to observe and learn how to identify plants or simply to enjoy a pleasant stroll amidst lush vegetation. Your visit will help you to understand that the extraordinary botanic wealth of these mountains is one of the main reasons why they were declared a Protected Area. Admission is free.

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