Monumento Natural de las Sequoias del Monte Cabezon,

Monumento Natural de las Sequoias del Monte Cabezon,, Cabezon de la Sal: Address, Monumento Natural de las Sequoias del Monte Cabezon, Reviews: 4.5/5

Monumento Natural de las Sequoias del Monte Cabezon,

Monumento Natural de las Sequoias del Monte Cabezon,
4.5

4.5
438 reviews
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Jonathan M
Tuxedo Park, NY450 contributions
Coast Redwoods on the Iberian Coast
May 2019 • Couples
This small but impressive grove of coast redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens) is so close to the A8 motorway that it would be a shame to miss them. Be aware that you can't turn left into the small parking area but must go a short distance up the road, turn around and come back. It is a short but easy stroll down a wide boardwalk to the grove of several hundred specimens. Take a moment to ponder the fact that they are so far from their natural range but so much at home in these growing conditions.
Written 12 June 2019
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cristina p
Cuenca, Spain146 contributions
Amazing!
Jul 2018 • Couples
This is something really fantastic, sequoia trees in Spain! Wonderful stroll through the giants, enjoying the silence and the fresh air. Because of the shade the ground is somewhat wet so make sure you wear proper shoes. Small free parking by the entrance.
Written 16 September 2018
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CrossyCross
Lancaster District, UK206 contributions
Lovely walk in the woods, excellent access for all.
Aug 2018 • Family
This sequoia plantation just off the motorway outside Cabezon offers the visitor a lovely walk in shaded beauty. The sequoias themselves are particularly impressive, especially at the bottom of the hill. It is equally impressive that the people responsible have considered access for families with young children and for those with physical disabilities - the wooden walkway enables everyone to access the heart of the plantation.
Park up the hill at the designated car park and then walk down to the attraction.
Written 12 August 2018
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Been there, done that!
Madrid, Spain487 contributions
Pure air!
Aug 2017 • Family
I didn't expect to see sequoia trees in Spain, but voila~!
History tells that the ancient spaniard used to use these trees to build ships.
Very nice place for hiking with pure air, it is not so big area, though.
Written 15 August 2017
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TheLegendWiltshire
Albalat dels Tarongers, Spain205 contributions
Interesting and unusual
Aug 2017 • Family
We stopped here on the way to the beach and enjoyed the shade and magnificent trees. Free parking along the main road, but limited spaces. Interestingly it wasn't signposted despite the good reviews, but using google maps we found it without difficulty. We had a two year old in a pushchair, and although the entrance walkway was a modern wooden structure that made it easy for us, as soon as you enter the forest it is steeply sloping with tracks or steps. Therefore we didn't stay long. I'm sure as adults or with older children you could venture into the trees for much longer. We had hoped to picnic there but due to the shade it was wet underfoot with no benches or seating areas and very little flat ground.
Written 6 August 2017
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Aussielins
Taree, Australia723 contributions
Pleasant walk through a forest of sequoias
Aug 2016 • Couples
The trail passes down the hill through a forest of sequoia pines brought back to Spain from the Americas. The path is flat and well made. A new boardwalk makes the forest accessible for people in wheelchairs. We enjoyed the magnificence of the trees.
Written 29 August 2016
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Ann H
Hersham, UK25 contributions
A real find on a wet day
Aug 2016 • Family
We weren't quite sure what to expect but it was a beautiful walk which filled up an hour and 3/4s on a wet day. It was also a great opportunity to walk my boisterous 7 year old who had been cooped up in the camper van. We went well off the beaten track and ended up covered in mud but very happy!
Written 9 August 2016
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MagElise
Sydney, Australia862 contributions
Nature to cherish
Jul 2016
Just a short car ride (maybe 2.5 km)
out of the town you find this beautiful area forested with huge Trees. I felt as if I was in dwarf land as these trees are so high.
There is a boardwalk into the woods, accessible for those with mobility problems I.e wheelchairs etc and Prams leading to a viewing platform. From there you can walk further into the woods via different paths.
Awed by the beauty and serenity.
We went before 10.00 am and no other visitors.

possible to walk from town as well, unfortunately it was raining when we went.
Written 30 July 2016
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Jerandnanc
Hartford, CT309 contributions
Surprised
I was genuinely surprised that this area contained sequoias reaching into the sky. I had never seen any before so this was a real treat. It is easy to find but kind of hard to get to. Let me explain. The roads are two lane curvy. If you miss the turnoff (not very clear), you have to navigate a u-turn on a curvy road on a hill. Not hard, but concerning. Still, if you want to see the majestic trees, take some time to visit.
Written 26 April 2015
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