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With a surface area of 170,025 hectares, this is known as “the jungle of the Iberian Peninsula”. From here it is possible to see the African coast. In the park it is common to see griffon vultures, Eurasian eagle-owls, storks, booted eagles and hawks. You can also see Andalusian deer, roe deer, otters and Egyptian mongooses.
Its micro-climate, very similar to that of tropical areas, has encouraged the proliferation of a lush, almost impenetrable, vegetation. A characteristic of its orography can be found in the “canutos”, deep, narrow river valleys.
At Los Alcornocales you can go canyoning, kayaking, visit archaeological remains or go on a balloon trip; however, just walking through the forests of age-old cork oak trees, the bark of which is stripped in 9- or 10-year cycles, is an adventure in itself. The extraction of cork is one of the most significant resources of the park, along with stockbreeding.
PATH Valdeinfierno y los canutos
This trail, located in Los Barrios, is adapted to an irregular terrain that reveals to us the most distinctive plant formation of the “Parque Natural Los Alcornocales”, the “canutos” (gallery forests).See route
PATH SUBIDA AL ALJIBE
Alcalá de los Gazules
Path LA DEHESA CALZADA BOYAL
Castellar de la Frontera