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Cidacos Green Trail

Préjano Variant

  • 2 h 45 min
  • 4.6 km

Exiting the main path of the green trail, the route starts with a steep slope that gives access to a fluvial terrace with almond and olive trees. A little after, you will reach a crossroads that leads to the trail’s original path. Continuing on the right, at about 300 metres, the trail ends when it reaches a tunnel. On the left the trail continues towards Préjano. During the itinerary, you will traverse almond tree fields and, after several gullies, you will cross a paved path that goes from the LR-382 to Santa Eulalia. After a kilometre, cross a road again, the LR-380 from Préjano to Santa Eulalia, and continue through a stretch among trenches. When you reach Préjano, you will find a picnic area that can also be accessed from the village. Cross a tunnel that leads to the upper part of the village. The green trail continues a few kilometres beyond Préjano on a road shared with cars that leads to some old ore loading platforms. It is still possible to see the riprap of the material extracted from the hillsides to the left over the green trail. In the end you will reach a picnic area at the base of some limestone cliffs. A little further up, on this ravine, you will find the Santuste Waterfall and, not far away, at an abandoned quarry, two replicas of dinosaur footprints from the sites in the area: Valdete and La Magdalena.

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Señalización

  • Green Trail posters

Características

Linear

Natural values

Transitional area from the fertile lowland of the Cidacos River to the foothills of the mountains, with significant almond and olive tree cultivation then progressing to hillside and limestone escarpments in Peñalmonte. These mountains are inhabited by a significant population of rock-nesting birds, most visibly vultures. On its hillsides, you can find needle furze bushes, savin junipers, reforested black pine and a significant number of yews next to the crests. The last stretch of this route enters the land under the Natura 2000 network (Mounts Arnedillo, Peñalmonte and Isasa), which comprises both the SPAB (Special Protection Area for Birds) and the SCI (Site of Community Importance) previously designated with the same denomination.

Información turística

Interesting website: www.viasverdes-ffe.com/
HOTELS
Arnedo
Victoria. 941 380 100
Virrey. 941 380 150
Arnedillo
Spa Arnedillo. 941 394 000
El Molino del Cidacos. 941 394 063
El Olivar. 941 394 075
Hospedería Las Pedrosas. 941 394 401
Madorrán. 941 394 004
Parras. 941 394 034
Calahorra
Parador Marco Fabio Quintiliano. 941 130 358
Ciudad de Calahorra. 941 147 434
Chef Nino. 941 133 104
Zenit. 941 147 952
Teresa. 941 130 332
Área de Calahorra. 941 146 346
RURAL HOUSES
Enciso
La Tahona. 941 396 066
Préjano
La Posada del Laurel. 941 399 044
La Solana. 941 399 108
Arnedillo
Peñalba. 941 394 089
Peroblasco
La Gloria. 941 394 197
GUEST HOUSES
Arnedo
Cano. 941 384 399
Arnedillo
Teresa. 941 394 065
Enciso
Posada Santa Rita. 941 396 071