Given the distance between the chapel of Guaditoca and the village, it is necessary to include its visit as a separate route. To visit the chapel, you leave from the northern area, passing by the chapel of Cristo de la Salud.
The walk begins and ends in the village of El Pedroso and crosses the curious area of granite outcrops known locally as montonás. At the beginning, on the right, there is an oil mill, closely followed by the remains of old granite quarries.
The surroundings are hilly, at some points offering wide panoramic views of the dehesas (meadows), to which the name of this trail refers. Vegetable gardens and streams alternate with riverside vegetation.
The trail runs along a path in the urban area of Alanís, which surrounds the Cerro del Cura (Priest's Hill), following a circular route. From the village, look for the beginning of the Guadalcanal road and follow it for 300 metres until you see the path on your right.
The walk starts on a compacted dirt track next to the electricity substation at km 34.9 of the A-351 road between Osuna and El Saucejo, very close to the town of Osuna.
The walk starts next to the La Roda de Andalucía municipal football ground. Leaving the football ground to the right, a compacted sandy path begins, along which, after just 300 m, you cross the bridge over the channelled Salinoso stream.
This trail is a clear example of the result of mining activity in the area. The walk starts at the end of Calle Levante in the town of Aznalcóllar, where you will see some repeater aerials and the first white and yellow waymarks that will accompany you along much of the route.