Cycling route: Gil Cobo Recreational Area - Llanos de Jabalcaballo

Cycling route: Gil Cobo Recreational Area - Llanos de Jabalcaballo


Coming from Chilluévar, continue past the Aguascebas reservoir for about 8 km and then turn right at km 28 onto a secondary forest track or path where the road crosses a stream known as Aguascebas de Gil Cobo. This is where the route starts. You can also arrive at the starting point if you are coming from Charco del Aceite.

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Circular Cycling route: Campos de Hernán Pelea

Circular Cycling route: Campos de Hernán Pelea


This route runs through the extensive karstic platform of Campos de Hernán Pelea, a plateau standing at 1600 to 1700 m above sea level that is a major underground reservoir for the entire Nature Reserve. This is a circular route that starts in Aldea de Don Domingo, a town you can reach by taking an asphalted road from the town of Santiago de la Espada.

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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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Routes by bike: Source of the River Guadalquivir

Routes by bike: Source of the River Guadalquivir


This circular route is one of the most characteristic routes that can be done in the Nature Reserve, either by bike, in a private off-road vehicle or by booking an off-road vehicle guided tour. Your route starts in the town of Iruela, a historical site, but this circular route can be started at any point along the way and will always end at the same place. The first section of the asphalted track affords stunning views of the town of Cazorla and several viewpoints from which to admire the Old Town.

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Cycling route Río Madera - Valle de Los Anchos

Cycling route Río Madera - Valle de Los Anchos


The route starts at the crossroads in the village of Río Madera, at the intersection of the JF-7038 with the JF-7039. First, ride towards the village on an asphalted road, past the mountain guesthouse and small village chapel on the right and a few meters further along, on the left, the old wash-house and the Rocanales farmhouse.

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Cycling route: Sanctuary of Tiscar - Collado Zamora

Cycling route: Sanctuary of Tiscar - Collado Zamora


Puerto de Tíscar is one of the most emblematic historical passes in these mountains, as the towers and watchtowers in the area show. The route starts at the Sanctuary of Tíscar, where a visit to the spectacularly beautiful natural temple of Cueva del Agua (Water Cave) is a must. Pedal uphill on the A-323 road in the direction of the Tíscar Pass, past the hill known as La Pedriza and the ravine Barranco de la Presilla on your right. 4.5 km further on, just before you arrive at the pass and Torreón de Don Enrique tower, turn off onto a track on the right in the direction of Loma del Rayal, which goes around Loma de los Picones.

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Cycling route: Siles - El Portichuelo - El Seminario - La Canalica - Siles

Cycling route: Siles - El Portichuelo - El Seminario - La Canalica - Siles


This circular route commences in the village of Siles. Follow the forest track towards Portichuelo, which affords unparalleled views of the town and the Castrobayona farmlands that announce the nearby mountains of Albacete. You can still see traces of the hard life of the farmers who once lived in this area. El Portichuelo is also the point of departure of various short signposted footpaths.

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