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The Natural Park of the Desert de les Palmes is located in the province of Castellón and occupies from five municipalities. Benicassim, Cabanes, La Pobla Tornesa Borriol and Castelló de la Plana

It is located in a coastal mountain range in the region of Alta Plana, parallel to the coast, with many peaks and crags.

Its geographical location makes it a special place where people from different municipalities come daily to enjoy the historic, natural and scenic riches invited to observe, walk and listen to all the values ??that this natural area lies.

Therefore, in 1989 it became part of the network of natural areas in the Valencian Community. The protected area covers a total of 3,200 ha., Reaching its peak at the height of 729 m Bartolo.

The environmental vulnerability is visible due tos recent fires in 1985 and 1992, which left it with a sample of forest and scrub in the regeneration process. Today you can see a good recovery of the vegetation cover.

You can reach the Information Center, the Natural Park of the Desert de les Palmes (at km 8, VC-147), in several ways:

On the N-340 road towards Barcelona, ??Castellon and once passed before reaching the town of Benicàssim, the CV-147 road that passes through the NP Desert de les Palmes and passes it gets Hermitage Magdalena.

From the AP-7 motorway, accessed via Exit 46 (North-Benicàssim Castellón) and continue in the direction Benicàssim.

From Benicàssim, you can access the site on the other side of the same road (CV-147) departing from the village.

It also is accessed from Borriol Natural Park, La Pobla Cabanes Tornesa or the CV-10 road linking con CV-148 road at Cabanes, in this case the road is a country road and although it is very narrow tarmac.



Resumen de la ruta
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Tipo ruta
Castellón 8 51 Km. 2250 m. 2250 m. Excursiones Independientes


Parque Natural del Desert de les Palmes | Entre Montañas



Benicàssim - Font Tallà

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Distance: 5 Km.Up/Downhill 250 m. - Up/Downhill 250 m.Time: 02:30 h.
Benicàssim - Font Tallà

This route starts at Benics & aggravation; ssim, walking on the CV-147 road that leads to the Natural Area Desert de les Palmes. After crossing the motorway bridge to the right is a path that will continue until a & ntilde; to where you turn left.
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The predominant soil in this area is clearly sil & iacute; ceo or com STILL nmente known as red sandstone. As we approach the ravine Miravet the vegetation & oacute; n is m & aacute; s abundant pine (Pinus pinaster), Madro & ntilde appear; os (Arbutus unedo), honeysuckle (Lonicera implexa), juniper (Juniperus oxycedrus), indicating the humidity in this area.
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The path ends at the road that runs through the canyon Miravet, we find Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis).
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Followed the paved road to get to the Font Carved, located to the left of the road, from where we can see them Agulles Santa & aacute; gueda in all its fullness. The skirts of this mountain chain & ntilde; osa are accompanied & ntilde; adas of Fantasy & aacute;
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Tambi & eacute; n can be seen in the middle of the slope, a small & ntilde; a mountain cottage that serv & iacute; a and warehouse & eacute; no refuge for local farmers. In the vicinity of the house are remnants of an ancient grove of coal, old place was produced by a burning process carb & oacute; n. That was used in the region


Castillo de Miravet

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Distance: 3 Km.Up/Downhill 100 m. - Up/Downhill 100 m.Time: 02:00 h.
Castillo de Miravet

Start our journey in the Perell Font & oacute ;. To get to the source must go down the ravine and 4km Miravet found a dev & iacute; o that leads to the source: all & iacute; is a poplar where we leave our veh & iacute; ass. The trail starts at the dirt track on the right, where we can see some more & iacute; a with almond and olive groves. Some specimens of oak (Quercus ilex), mastic (Pistacea lentiscus), sarsaparilla (Smilax aspera), honeysuckle (Lonicera implexa) are sign of moisture in the area.
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AHEAD & oacute; & ntilde na is, the right shows us the way to Los Madro & ntilde; os; We continue left. The presence of water causes can observe footprints of different mam & iacute; mammals: weasel (Mustela nivalis), boar & iacute; (Sus scrofa), genet (Genetta Genetta), rat & oacute; n (Apodemus sylvaticus), Musara & ntilde; a (Greater white-toothed shrew) etc. It destacate that the palm or margall & oacute; (Chamaerops humilis), plant emblem & aacute; tica of the countryside as it gives the name to the Desert de les Palmes. We continued on up the track until we find abandoned cultivation areas where there is again the presence of carob (Ceratonia siliqua), olive (Olea europaea), fig (Ficus carica), serval (Sorbus domestica) and almond (Prunus dulcis) .
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We can watch as we ascend the Sufera and antennas Monte Bartolo west. A few meters we found a bifurcation & oacute; n, the track for which we have been following the right, but our journey continues & uacute; aa left direction & oacute; n NE. We left to the right one more & iacute; a semi-abandoned almond crops; we continue on a path that we shall see. The trail is very pleasant between palmettos, heather, juniper, pine and mastic, and from here & iacute; You can watch the NOTpol & iacute; Cabanes industrial estate. We passed by an orchard of carob and if we turn our eyes to the SW we observe them Agulles Santa & Agrave;. Gueda the Sufera and Bartolo
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The trail is becoming narrower until we are at 306 m altitude. From here & iacute; There are spectacular views of El Prat de Cabanes-Torreblanca, Serra d'Irta in direction & oacute; n NE and in front of us and we can make out the castle Miravet. The ground beneath our feet has now changed to become predominantly limestone. Come down to get to the ruins of the castle situated on a mont Miravet & iacute; rocky ass belongs to t & eacute; Cabanes municipal district (ca. 2500 h..). Fortress of Muslim origin & aacute; n was probably a monastery dedicated to monjesguerreros Muslim holy war. In a & ntilde; o 1091 was conquered and occupied by the Cid. Around the ruins are remnants of what used fue a town that disappeared & oacute; in the sixteenth century.


El Bartolo

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Distance: 5 Km.Up/Downhill 350 m. - Up/Downhill 350 m.Time: 02:00 h.
El Bartolo

This route allows us to have a vision & oacute; n general the rides & ntilde; as the Desert de les Palmes, making the ascension & oacute; na top m & aacute; s high natural park, the summit of Bartolo, 729 meters above sea level <. / p>

The beginning of route est & aacute; at the rear of the building, Information Center & oacute; n, from here & iacute; leaves a trail which goes up gradually. Elapses between a dense and varied scrub where we will observe different species, & nbsp; cistus (Cistus monspeliensis, C. albidus, C. salvifolius) Madro & ntilde; os (Arbutus unedo), mastic (Pistacea lentiscus), juniper (Juniperus oxycedrus), rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), etc. In a few minutes we found a crossing, we address & oacute; na Tornesa Pobla. The path ends at a dirt track. At this point, we turn right, we see before us the mighty Mola Morico (694 m.). We walked down the runway and about 300 m find the font of Molausually has no water. A little m & aacute; s take the track ahead, turn right following the marker only & oacute; n. Of Bartolo

From this point we observe the Flat, Serra d'Swords & aggravation port Castell ;, & oacute ;. Fij & eacute; monkeys in different colors showing rocks, Diff & aacute; ndose gray limestone, red rodeno

.

Continuing along the trail pass by the side of Over Huguet, t & iacute; traditional rural housing pica

.

We are at a crossroads. Both paths lead us & aacute; na the same paved trail. To continue to the summit we continue the asphalt to the left. Tambi & eacute; n we have the possibility, at that point, you begin your descent, if we turn right and follow the signs

.

If we choose to go to the top, climb over & nbsp; 1500 m, approximately, let's Cross Bartolo left and reach the lookout.

From here & iacute; We can make out the two aspects of the countryside: the Flat and beaches but also & eacute; n the mountains & ntilde; as Maestrat, Pla de l'Arc and all the Castellon interior villages Cabanes, La Pobla Tornesa, Vall d'Alba etc.

East Les Agulles Santa & Agrave; gueda; Natural Park northeast of El Prat de Cabanes-Torreblanca; Southwestern Natural Park Sierra ESPAD & aacute; ny northwest Penyagolosa peak. The d & iacute; as m & aacute; s clear we see on the horizon, the beautiful silhouette of the Columbrete Islands and the Cape of Sant Antoni, in the Natural Park Montgo & oacute;.

If we go a thousand feet down the runway, get to the point m & aacute; s top travel and all natural park, 729 m. At the peak, between the antennas, we find the hermitage of San Miguel.

During this walk we can see birds like cern & iacute; calos, crows, and swallows hoopoe, and depending on the & eacute; pa & ntilde goose, or can enjoy a wide variety of butterflies and other insects

.

Hopefully, we can observe in the highest, caretaker, guardian bird of these lands, & aacute; Bonelli's eagle (Hieraetus fasciatus), considered & quot; vulnerable & quot; in the Cat & aacute; logo Protected Species

.

& uacute decrease is effected, to the road, leave to our right track by which we had previously agreed to the asphalt. Continue along a steep decline, reaching a marker only & oacute; n & aacute to divert us; a path that comes to our right. In this way we find a row of maritime pine (Pinus pinaster), leaves and pi & ntilde; as much greater than the Aleppo pine, which indicates that the character & iacute; sticas ground have changed ever in area of ??red sandstone.

We continue our way up to the ruins of a wall during a & ntilde; os has been keeping landCarmelites. In this note, m & aacute; s bottom, the

Porter Vella place


Ermita de Les Santes

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Distance: 4 Km.Up/Downhill 150 m. - Up/Downhill 150 m.Time: 02:00 h.
Ermita de Les Santes

This walk starts at the Ermita de les Santes. This sanctuary est & aacute; Nestled in the valley of the same name, in the t & eacute; Municipal district of Cabanes. Today, the shrine has a playground and a source of fresh water prized by lugare & ntilde; os

.

We will leave from the back of the chapel along the track that runs to the southwest. This track serves as a long stretch of border Natural Area: those areas that we will be on our left & aacute; n embedded in the protected area.
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The path starts with a gentle climb through pines and abundant bush. Heather, mastic, Madro & ntilde; os palm and pine trees make this a sort of impenetrable jungle in many sections. Soon we will see S & oacute; mo on our right the vegetation & oacute; n is being replaced by cultivated terraces of almond and carob mainly. To our left the ravine becomes m & aacute; s deep, between andl thick pine forest of maritime pine large clumps of ferns, vines like honeysuckle numerous and appear sarsaparilla & nbsp; etc. The track continues dotted with numerous oak trees, silent witnesses of what once were these pines.
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Soon we arrive at one of the areas geol & oacute; m & aacute logically; s interesting around the Place. The track takes on an outcrop of slates, the m & aacute rocks, easy to find these types of formations; s former we can observe on the Valencia region, where it is not f & aacute sits. It is Paleozoic shales, with m & aacute; s 230 million a & ntilde; os of antique & uuml; age. To our right we can see some great pe & ntilde; & aacute calc averse;. Inmates The Marmudella
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Arrive at one of the points m & aacute; s high on our itinerary, 400 m. s. n. m. It is good time to admire the peaks of Bartolo, green thres & iacute; as of Pobla andthe striking rock formations where you rodeno & ntilde; and red
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Turn left along a path between brambles and we we go deeper into the thick pine forest. To our right we spotted the gully of the Porquereta and bottom, La Pobla Tornesa.
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On red soil we continue our journey, leaving the right a steep but beautiful path that lead us & iacute; a to Bartolo. We go deeper between dense vegetation & oacute; n where we can feel the freshness of atmosphere. The presence of honeysuckle, ivy and

At this point we can see the different mounts & ntilde; as. To the west, in lejan & iacute; a, Penyagolosa (. 1,813 m) rises. And in front of us, the Barranco de Les Santes offers us the vision & oacute; n a forest in a good state of conservation & oacute; n.
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There are numerous animals that inhabit these lands jinetas, Gardu & ntilde; as, foxes, wild boar & iacute; is, etc. Prueba of this are the brands that we find throughout the tour.
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This section is a special place for being in & eacute; l many different types of rock roses, noted for its rarity
jara male. & Nbsp;
After following the path on a flat stretch and AFTER & eacute; s down, got to the track, which comes from the Bartolo, where you turn left. The track runs through a pine forest that is gaining in density and variety of species and sizes & ntilde; o. In gullies m & aacute; s & iacute thres; os, there are copies of mastic and Madro & ntilde; os that can exceed 5 meters high.
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Following the trail, we arrive at the m & aacute; s deep ravine where return to the Hermitage Les Santes, the starting point of our journey. Attention & oacute; na the two huge oak trees in front of the chapel, on the other side of the ravine

.


La pobla Tornesa

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Distance: 10 Km.Up/Downhill 400 m. - Up/Downhill 400 m.Time: 02:30 h.
La pobla Tornesa

This walk begins at the Center, Information & oacute; n in a SMALL a path that is in the rear of the building. The vegetation & oacute; n which is accompanied us & ntilde; ando is being regeneraci & oacute; n due to STILL fires last few (1985-1992): mastic (Pistacea lentiscus) Madro & ntilde; os (Arbutus unedo), rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) , Kermes oak (Quercus coccifera). Then we found a will & ntilde; which indicates that we should continue our way to the left, from here & iacute; can see east Montorn Castle & eacute; s tenth century, northern La Vella Porter remains of a wall that once closed the Carmelites lands and HE Grau de Castell & oacute; n. The trail is showing us the different types of soils that predominate in the Natural Area, rodenos (red sandstone) and limestones (rocks calc & aacute; areas). The carob (Ceratonia siliqua) and terraced areas show that at some STILL timewere cultivated areas. We arrived at a track which will continue right up to the Coll de la Mola (537 m).
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If we continue our journey on the same path, the landscape is changing as we move forward, advancing, predominantly pine (Pinus halepensis, Pinus pinaster). From here & iacute; We can already see La Pobla Tornesa west Bartolo NE and d & iacute; as clear massif Penyagolosa looking towards the NW
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As we descend, the vegetation & oacute; n & aacute is much m; s varied. The gorges are very h & uacute; Medes and give different mediterr & aacute species lines such as honeysuckle (Lonicera implexa), ivy (Hedera helix), oak (Quercus ilex), heather (Erica multiflora, Erica arborea), oak (Quercus faginea) adults pines show that this face has not suffered Spot fires from about 30 makes a & ntilde; os. This plant variety is a h & aacute; id habitat& Oacute; neo for birds, pudi & eacute; ndose observe different birds and mam & iacute; mammals such as the Sardinian currruca (Sylvia melanocephala), Jay (Eurasian jay), rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) and fox (Vulpes vulpes)
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At the end of the track we find outcrops of slates (Paleozoic 230 million a & ntilde; os of antique & uuml; age). Once the track finished, turn right and a few meters we find a t & uacute;. Nel to the left that leads to the same people
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Walking through its streets you can visit the church of the eighteenth century, the Palace of Var & oacute; n, the oven, the different B (the former dating from the fifteenth century and the new hostel that is currently the Caja Rural), Casa de la Vila etc.
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The return we will make the same road by which we came.


Las Crestas

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Distance: 6 Km.Up/Downhill 350 m. - Up/Downhill 350 m.Time: 02:30 h.
Las Crestas

The route begins at the Center, Information & oacute; n, in a SMALL a path that is in the rear of the building. The vegetation & oacute; n who accompanied us & ntilde; a is t & iacute; & aacute picamente mediterr; nea: steppes (Cistus albidus, Cistus monspeliensis), rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), palm (Chamaerops humilis). Then we found a will & ntilde; which indicates that we should continue our way to the left, direction & oacute; n Tornesa Pobla, down to the track. In this area of ??natural park you can see the areas terraced who once serv & iacute; n as growing areas the peasants, also & eacute; n iacute seen some more &; as isolated now uninhabited. We made our way through the font de la Mola, leaving a dirt track on the right which also & eacute; n & iacute lead us, to the Bartolo. Once in the Coll de la Mola can see the coast Benics & aggravation; ssim and Graor Castell & oacute; views on d & iacute; as clear increase its beauty. Back in the saddle, on the curve of the track, continue along a path off to the right, starting as & iacute; strong ascension & oacute; n to the Cantal Gros (698.7m above sea level), once up can take a well deserved break. Among loose rocks rodeno accompanied us & ntilde; an different shrub species such as cistus, heather, palm ... All the way we look at adult specimens of maritime pine (Pinus pinaster) mute witnesses who survived the fire that destroyed part of the vegetation & oacute; n this saw.

different species are perceived l & iacute; Queñes, good indicators of good air quality in the natural breathe

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As the trail leads us by the parties m & aacute; s high of the mountain & ntilde; a is f & aacute; cil spotted en route municipalities surrounding the nature park: west La Pobla Tornesa and Borriol andCabanes north. As we approach the monumental Cross Bartolo, the vegetation & oacute; n suggests we Benics & aggravation; ssim and Mediterráneo & aacute sea neo, and d & iacute; as when the clouds permit we can observe the Columbrete Islands (Nature Reserve) .

We got to cross Bartolo with its imposing 18 meters high, located in one of the points m & aacute;. S high natural space

If we go a thousand feet down the runway, get to the point m & aacute; s top travel and around the park, 729 m. At the peak, between the antennas, we find the hermitage of San Miguel.

During the journey we will observe different species of birds like cern & iacute;. Calos (Falco tinnunculus), crows (Corbus corax), hoopoe (upupa upupa) and swallows (Hirundo rustica)

& uacute decrease is effected, to the road, leave to our right track and will continue descenciendo the tarmac, up to an indicaci & oacute; n yellow to divert us & aacute; a path that comes to our right.

We will follow the directions of the will & ntilde; ales yellow that will lead us to the ruins of & ldquo; & rdquo ;, Vella Porteria we can approach the lookout to admire the scenery. Continue along the path until you reach the center, Information & oacute; n., The end of this tour


Las Fuentes del Desert

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Distance: 7 Km.Up/Downhill 200 m. - Up/Downhill 200 m.Time: 03:00 h.
Las Fuentes del Desert

For this itinerary will leave the veh & iacute; ass in the viewpoint of Sant Josep, to go to the chapel and Font de Sant Josep. Is this source a place to stop & quot; mandatory & quot; for cooling, leads to a abancalada with natural spring water area. We will take a path off to the left.
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A few yards find a shrine, of Montserrat, one of the many shrines that dot the & aacute; rea Carmelite Friars. We will see a pine tree with two branches and is & ntilde; which indicates that we should go left. We passed through an area of ??cultivation of almonds now abandoned, and a few meters enjoyed a recovered and varied vegetation & oacute; n: oaks (Quercus ilex), borrera steppe (Cistus salvifolius), kermes (Quercus coccifera), lavender (Lavandula stoechas) honeysuckle (Lonicera implexa).
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Following the trail we came to a plain populated juniper (Juniperus oxycedrus), where se & ntilde; the right indicates the Carved Font: we follow straight to the Pla de Muletes. At this point we take a track off to the left, and a few meters forks, and continued our way down the trail on the right. Down the road we found the Palomar Barrera; This initiative aims to help prevent da & ntilde; os that raptors might result in the pigeon from the nearby villages to Natural Area. We went down the whole track to find a will & ntilde; to the left side of the road, which we will take to get to the Font de Roc. Is spring m & aacute; s pure and in better conservation & oacute; n around the countryside. AFTER & eacute; s to enjoy its wonderful waters continue our journey through a small & ntilde; a path that leads to the paved road canyon
Miravet. & Nbsp;
We take the trail to the right and 600 m we find the Carved Font. The vegetation & oacute; n that shmpa & ntilde; aa this source indicates moisture in this environment: poplar (Populus nigra) and elm (Ulmus minor). From this source we can enjoy the beauty of Agulles Santa & Agrave; gueda, geol accident & oacute; cal noted for its coloration & oacute; n reddish own Roden, and hold their skirts the TUNIC population & oacute; n of oak (Quercus suber) in this space.
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Find a container and is & ntilde; which indicates a return to the Font de Sant Josep. Follow the path to a paved trail that crossed to regain the trail. There are many bushes there on the hillside: cistus, heather, coscojas ... that will lead us to the bifurcation & oacute; n we have previously seen, I found & aacute; ndonos one is & ntilde; the wood indicates that we should proceed on the right to get to the Font de Sant Josep.


Les Santes

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Distance: 11 Km.Up/Downhill 450 m. - Up/Downhill 450 m.Time: 05:30 h.
Les Santes

The route leads from the Center, Information & oacute; na Hermitage Les Santes (Cabanes) through the emblem & aacute; tico Bartolo. The path that starts from behind & aacute; s Center, Information & oacute; n passes through a dense thicket in which the cistus (Cistus monspeliensis, C. albidus, C. salvifolius) abound. A few meters turn right. Continue on the road to La Vella Porter, before reaching the wall, we turn to the left. A trail of stairs leads to a dirt road; continue to the left until you reach a dirt road and follow the road to the right where we see the paved road that leads to the top of Bartolo.
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From here & iacute; n to the SW and NE Columbrete Islands, the Mastership to NO, the Sierra ESPAD & aacute dominates. Climb up a clearing beneath the antennas, from where a road on the left. Thus began a sharp decline bya track surrounded by shrubs among which include juniper (Juniperus oxycedrus), different species of rock rose (Cistus albidus, Cistus monspeliensis ...), palm (Chamaerops humilis), etc. and where it is not dif & iacute; easy to observe different forest birds
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A few meters of the descent the road forks and even when both branches lead to the same place, we recommend the left as it runs through a dense pine forest of maritime pine (Pinus pinaster) with plenty of Madro & ntilde; os (Arbutus unedo), heather (Erica multiflora and Erica arborea), honeysuckle (Lonicera implexa), etc. ES & eacute; ste an appropriate place to observe birds such as real whistles (Picus viridis), robins (Erithacus rubecula), wood pigeons (Columbus palumbus) and quiz & aacute; s alg STILL Gavil & aacute; n (Accipiter nisus) or alg & uacute; No goshawk (Accipiter gentilis), all tree species.
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This track descends to the bottom of the first sweepfor co AFTER & eacute; s climb gently to reach a raft serving trough. We will go to the left along the trail that follows the curve of 650 m above sea level. Soon we shall see our impressive cliffs right calc & aacute; inmates whose summit STILL rabe, the remains of a village & aacute are guessed. The path leads in direction & oacute; n west to meet dejareuna left curve where the descent to Les Santes begins. The track runs between bushes and rocks to penetrate a young pine forest. The pine is gaining in density and variety of species and sizes & ntilde; o, down to the m & aacute; s deep ravine where we find the chapel
Les Santes. & Nbsp;
Continue the way the back of the chapel. A LITTLE brings us to rise to a level where we can enjoy the extensive adult pine wood across the canyon shows (Pinus pinaster). Soon we will see on our rightthe vegetation & oacute; n is replaced by orchards of almond and carob trees grown mainly
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The track continues STILL dotted with oaks and old pines. Soon we arrive at one of the areas geol & oacute; m & aacute cal; s interesting, with outcrops of Paleozoic shales with m & aacute; s 230 million a & ntilde; os. Arrive at a pass where we take a path on the left and among thickets we go into the pine forest, a few meters you will see a path on the right that will lead us to the top of Bartolo. The ascension & oacute; n is quite hard because in a few meters we climb a height of 400 m approx. 700 m approx. but it is very pleasant to walk due to the plant variety. As we go up we can enjoy the wonderful views that MOUNTAIN gives us: La Pobla Tornesa to NO, the north
Marmudella. & Nbsp;
Once we got to the dimension m & aacute; s high follow the paved road to thescender up the dirt road. A few meters we take a Bifurcation & oacute; na LEFT hand


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