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Incredible place ! We started at the tourist centre and did the whole walk 10km to the Laguna de Valdeazores. (They say it's 12km but my watch showed exactly 10km). There is 7km to the Central Hydroelectric and then 4km to the Laguna. So somewhere...More
This very attractive river with clear water and rock pools for swimming is set amongst beautiful countryside an hour's drive from Cazorla. The easy walk alongside the river can be extended further by taking the walk along the bridge and pasarela (a raised wooden footpath...More
We didn't start out as early as we wanted as we underestimated how long it would take to drive from Burunchel, where we stayed, through the park to the start of the walk. We started walking at 9am and were in shade and a cool...More
The photos on trip advisor give a good taste of how beautiful this area really is.
We are fit 50 year olds however in 35c heat the 3 hour walk each way is challenging but doable ! Advice... take water bottles , snacks and wear...More
We hiked 20KM from the start to the lagoon at the top and back down, views all the way along the route are spectacular and there are plenty of places en route to stop and enjoy a swim or paddle in the river, we had...More
Stunning aqua marine water and deep ravines. Did the walk to hydro electric centre which took about 4 hours . Great walk to do with 2 kids nice and flat. Lots of bridges and pathways to climb on. Don't park near the top visitor info...More
Simply breathtaking one of the most peaceful walks we have ever had the pleasure to try. Wonderfully quiet as low season, just the birds and rushing water for company.
Do take into account the time it will take to get back as this isn't a...More
Starting at the fish farm and then all along the Rio Borosa.
Pretty easy to begin with and then progressively more difficult the further along the river you get till you pass the HEP station and then you have rocks falls to clamber over but...More
Superb weather on December 24 for this hike ! And of course very quiet. The hiking is somewhat similar and as good as in Aragon in the Pyrenees. There is a sign 'end of trail' after 8 km but that's where it really becomes great...More
We walked this on a rainy day. The paths and boardwalks are easy to follow, and we had a brolly each with no problems.There are many birds and plants of interest. We even had a little sheep escort us on part of the walk
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I'm sorry I don't know about public transport in Cazorla as we had a car. It was a drive of about one and a half hours from Cazorla to get there. May I suggest that you ask at one of the Tourist Information Centres? Here... More
I'm sorry I don't know about public transport in Cazorla as we had a car. It was a drive of about one and a half hours from Cazorla to get there. May I suggest that you ask at one of the Tourist Information Centres? Here are the addresses and telephone numbers of the two Offices serving Cazorla and the area around Rio Boroso: Torre del Vinagre Visitor Centre
Torre del Vinagre is the park’s main visitor centre and enjoys a privileged geographical location right in its centre
1. MUSEUMS AND VISITOR CENTRES
The A-319 (Ctra. del Tranco), kilometre 48, Coto-Rios, 23478Santiago, Pontones, Jaén (Spain)
Tel: 953 713 017
2. Punto de Información (Cazorla)
OFICINA DE TURISMO
Plaza de Santa María
23470 Cazorla, Jaén (Spain)
Tel: 953 710 102
Alternatively you could ask at the accommodation you plan to stay at.