Montillana to Risca del Guijarrón Hiking Route

Montillana to Risca del Guijarrón Hiking Route


This route begins right next to the A-319, between Cañada Morales and the Tranco dam, close to Los Parrales recreation area and less than 200 metres from the Montillana campsite and the Los Parrales rural accommodation complex.

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Río Borosa Hiking Route

Río Borosa Hiking Route


This is justifiably the most popular hiking route in the park, which also means that it can become crowded on peak days. Taken together, the fast flowing waters of the Borosa, the rocks through which the river flows and the dense riparian vegetation combine to form one of the most spectacular river scenes in southern Spain.

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Cycling route: Mirabuenos - Los Centenares

Cycling route: Mirabuenos - Los Centenares


The route starts on the trail to Cuesta de Mirabueno, on the Llanos de Arance track, and consists of one linear section (there and back) and one circular section. The route starts at 4.6 km on the A-319 road, on a closed track on your right. The track climbs up through the three types of pine found in the Nature Reserve (Aleppo pine, Coriscan pine and European black pine) as you gain altitude. Half-way up you also go through a forest of magnificent ilexes.

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Route by car: The Summit road

Route by car: The Summit road


This area is not exactly what its name would suggest. Rather, it is a long, extensive watershed that separates the waters flowing to the Guadalquivir and Segura river basins. It is traversed by the quiet A-317, a road that wanders through woodlands studded with black pines and viewing points with memorable panoramic views over the Tranco reservoir, the sierra of Las Villas, and the Banderillas mountain chain.

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Route by car: Tranco Reservoir

Route by car: Tranco Reservoir


This 43 Km route follows one of the most popular roads of the Nature Reserve. Most of the way runs along the left bank of the Tranco reservoir, where the quiet harmony of the huge sheet of water contrasts with the grandiose pine-wooded mountains all around it. It is no wonder that most of this area is under special protection as the Bujaraiza Reserve Area.

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Route by car: Viewpoints

Route by car: Viewpoints


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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Route by car: Borosa Fish Farm - Hornos de Segura

Route by car: Borosa Fish Farm - Hornos de Segura


This is one of the most transited and popular routes in the Nature Reserve, combining an attractive landscape dominated by the Tranco water reservoir and the opportunity to visit interesting facilities where visitors can enjoy discovering and observing the natural heritage of this protected space. Most of the route follows the winding A-319 road. Don't forget to drive carefully, especially in the high season when there is the highest influx of tourists. You will discover many viewpoints and recreational areas that are good places to stop, but we especially recommend the stops and visits described below. You will find further information about most of these places elsewhere on this website.

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Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente Hiking Route

Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente Hiking Route


We cannot speak of the Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas Natural Park without remembering the extraordinary figure of Professor Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente. Since 2001, the year in which this tourist route was developed under the guidance of the renowned naturalist and writer Joaquín Araujo, the Féliz Rodríguez de la Fuente Route (RFRF) has become a veritable monument to the best moments of the TV series El Hombre y la Tierra (“Man and the Earth”).  In 2011, 30 years after Professor Rodríguez de la Fuente died in an unfortunate accident, the RFRF was revamped with the addition of new information panels and signage, which allows visitors to travel the route in complete symbiosis with nature and without missing a single detail. 

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Huerta Vieja Recreational Area (Controlled Camping Area)

Huerta Vieja Recreational Area (Controlled Camping Area)


The Recreational Area, equipped with a fountain and a picnic area covered by a wood roof, is set in the midst of luxuriant vegetation with a stream running through it. When it is not occupied by campers, it is an excellent place to stop and have a picnic. Nearby you’ll find the delightful site where the hamlet of Bujaraiza stood before it was abandoned when the Tranco reservoir was built.

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Cazorlaventur

Cazorlaventur


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FÉLIX RODRÍGUEZ DE LA FUENTE VIEWING POINTS ROUTE

FÉLIX RODRÍGUEZ DE LA FUENTE VIEWING POINTS ROUTE


Length of route: 15.2 km
Duration (outward leg): 4 hours 30 minutes
Difficulty level: Medium

This route starts at the bridge over the Cerrada de Utrero.  Close by you will find the “START” sign indicating the beginning of the route, which also explains that you will be travelling along a forest track towards the Campos de Hernán Perea. The route is also open to vehicular traffic, so take care when travelling on foot.

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