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: Cazorla - Cerrada del Utrero - Torre del Vinagre

Route by car: Cazorla - Cerrada del Utrero - Torre del Vinagre


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History and nature along the banks of the Guadalquivir river are the suggestions for a route of many contrasts that leads to some of the most significant areas of the Sierras de Cazorla, Segura and Las Villas Nature Reserve.

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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: 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: Hinojares - Quesada (Route of the Nasrids)

Route by car: Hinojares - Quesada (Route of the Nasrids)


Although the route passes through natural areas of extraordinary beauty, the main attractions on this route are historical and cultural. You will cross an area that was once a frontier land between Moors and Christians, remaining as such for three centuries until Granada was definitively conquered in 1492. The route is essential for a proper understanding of the culture and uniqueness of the lands that made up the former Settlement of Cazorla. The Settlement was created in 1231 and depended on the Archbishopric of Toledo until it was abolished in 1811 by the Spanish Cortes or Parliament in Cadiz.

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Route by car: Mogón - Charco del Aceite

Route by car: Mogón - Charco del Aceite


This winding, twisting road through delightful scenery leads to this unexplored and almost unknown paradise and unveils many wondrously beautiful landscapes, where water is often the main feature.

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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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Route by car: Santiago de la Espada - Juntas de Miller

Route by car: Santiago de la Espada - Juntas de Miller


The route through the Zumeta valley is an authentic trip back in time. Settlements have existed on the banks of the river from the Neolithic period to the present day. You will discover archaeological sites, rock paintings, small castles and villages that are veritable open-air ethnological museums. You can still see the locals busy at their age-old crafts.

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Route by car: Segura de la Sierra – Rio Madera- Segura de la Sierra

Route by car: Segura de la Sierra – Rio Madera- Segura de la Sierra


This route departs from the beautiful town of Segura de la Sierra and follows narrow mountain roads to the Rio Madera valley. From there, it climbs up to the Yelmo area and returns to the point of departure.

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Route by car Siles: - Las Acebeas

Route by car Siles: - Las Acebeas


This route follows a narrow mountain road that starts close to Siles, in the direction of the high mountain areas. The route moves up through pine forests and leads to different recreational areas, viewpoints and charming footpaths. It ends at a spot known as Las Acebes, where the forest is surprisingly reminiscent of northern landscapes. We suggest several options:

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