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Seville enchants

Almadén de la Plata, rich in tourist and environmental attractions

Almadén de la Plata is a mountain town steeped in traditions and comprehensive tourist services. This small town in the heart of Seville’s Sierra Morena offers countless leisure activities.

El Pedroso, on the doorstep of the Sierra Morena

Fall in love with the beauty of El Pedroso’s landscape. This town of white houses, surrounded by endless green mountains of the Sierra Morena Sevillana, is a marvellous rural tourism destination. Its privileged location within the Sierra Norte Natural Park offers a variety of routes and paths that can be explored by bike or on foot.

Las Navas de la Concepción, nature and cuisine

Are you looking for a place to relax and reconnect with nature? Look no further; come to Las Navas de la Concepción in the heart of the Sierra Norte Natural Park. Surrounded by mountains, this charming town is the perfect countryside getaway to practise adventure sports or hunt. 

The Isla Margarita recreational area is located next to the Hueznar river, accessed via a small wooden bridge. We are at a place of great interest, as in addition to having an exceptional landscape, we are next to the Vía Verde de la Sierra Norte (Sierra Norte Green Way), one of the most popular and busiest trails in the natural park, perfect for walking or cycling.

Located in the Sierra del Viento, the Cerro de La Capitana is the highest peak in the  Sierra Norte Natural Park at 960 metres. Its viewpoint, ideal for observing migratory birds and large birds of prey, offers spectacular views.

The Sierra de la Jayona, in the municipality of Guadalcanal belonging to the Sierra Norte Natural Park, is made up of shales and Cambrian limestone, folded during the Hercynian orogeny, with a northwest-southeast direction like its neighbour Sierra del Viento, from which it is separated by a deep valley.

The importance of the iron mining sector in Andalusia during its heyday is made clear at this old mining site. It consists of an old mine, active until the mid-20th century, as well as lifts, shafts and galleries (some transitable).