This website uses cookies. By continuing to browse, you accept the use of cookies.
Official Web
My Booking
Book now
+
Date
rooms
Adults:
Children:
2 rooms
* under 12 years
+ Add rooms
Promotional Code
Booking date
Adults
Children*
Room 1
x
Add room
Home > Hiking

Hiking
Hotel Rural Los Nogales

Guazalamanco spring

Near water sources, there are conditions that are able to create a unique ecosystem, rich in varied species of animal and plant life. Apart from this abundant collection of life, the onlooker can contemplate shapes and formations where the river has eroded away the hard rock through which it passes.


Route: linear
Expected time: 30 minutes
Type of path: way
Shade: abundant
Recommendations: bring with you water, suitable clothes and footwear.
Minimum altitude: 1 014 m
Starting coordinates: 38º 48’ 10,99’’ N — 2º 54’ 22,82’’ O
Length: 1,5 km
Difficulty: low
Landscape: riverbank vegetation, pine groves and rocks
Special autorisation: Not necessary
Maximum height difference: 88 m
Maximum altitude: 1 102 m
Final coordinates: 38º 48’ 19,74’’ N — 2º 55’ 20,27’’ O

The juniper tree ravine

The juniper tree with its scientific name Juniperus phoenicea, is a tree which can reach a height of 8 metres, has a greyish coloured bark, and has fibres which peel off in thin strips. Its young leaves are spikey but then change to become dark green scale like shapes. It produces a yellow/green round fruit about the size of a chick pea which turns red when ripe. It is found in regions with a Mediterranean climate.


Route: linear
Expected time: 50 minutes
Type of path: path and way
Shade: abundant
Recommendations: bring with you water, suitable clothes and footwear.
Minimum altitude: 1 011 m
Starting coordinates: 37º 46’ 28,86” N, -2º 55’ 23,64” O
Length: 2,1 km
Difficulty: low
Landscape: pine groves and conifer formations. Rocky outcrops. Ravine and abrupt drops. River. Bridge.
Special autorisation: Not necessary
Maximum height difference: 79 m
Maximum altitude: 1 090 m
Final coordinates: 37º 47’ 16,9” N, -2º 55’ 46,32” O

Cueva del Agua, Tíscar

According to the legend, the Arabs that lived in the castle of Tíscar believed that the insistence of the Christians in attacking their fortress was due to the fact that they wanted to recuperate the image of a virgin that was there. That’s why they threw it from the tower into the river. However, as if by magic it appeared again in the castle, and did so again and again.


Route: linear
Expected time: 15 minutes
Type of path: stairs
Recommendations: bring with you water, suitable clothes and footwear. Take care with the drops and steps.
Minimum altitude: 828 m
Starting coordinates: 37º 46’ 3,86” N, -3º 1’ 24,61” O
Length: 0,06 km
Difficulty: low
Landscape: aquatic and riverbank species. Cavern.
Special autorisation: Not necessary
Maximum height difference: 13 m
Maximum altitude: 841 m
Final coordinates: 37º 46’ 4,92” N, -3º 1’ 27,9” O