This path leads to the Gigonza Medieval Castle, the best preserved medieval fortress in the region. During the route you can see pastures of oaks and cork oaks, eucalyptus and different aromatic plants.
This path leads to the Castillo Medieval de Gigonza(“Medieval Castle of Gigonza”), the best preserved medieval fortress in San José del Valle. You will travel through the Cañada Real de Salinillas cattle route and a historic way back.
During the tour you can see pastures of oaks and cork oaks, eucalyptus and different aromatic plants. It crosses the vicinity of El Morisco, an old mining operation. Later on, the hills of Gigonza and the Cerro de la Escalera are crossed.
From the rural road of Paterna de Rivera you reach the Castillo Medieval de Gigonza, built by the Arabs and rebuilt by the counts and marquises of the Casa de Arcos. In its vicinity are the remains of public baths that functioned until the end of the 19th century.
On the return route, several agricultural hills are distinguished with views of the hills and pastures of Torrecera, dominated by a wind farm.
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