The river Yeguas flows through the rocky hills with many beautiful places such as meadows, valleys and canyons.
The Sierra de Andujar Natural Park is full of wildlife and is therefore the most important hunting ground in Spain.
The Sierra is one of Spain's last places of refuge for the disruptive and highly endangered lynx, the population of which has around 80 adults producing around 35 cubs a year. The increasingly rare wolf also resides in the Sierra, one of the few places where they still live in Andalusia.
The route runs through the Castilla de la Mancha region to the Sierra Morenas and in particular the Sierra de Andujar, first beautiful flowing hills that at the place of Cazada de Calatrava transfer to a mountain range with a succession of winding roads. Not always perfect asphalt but great to experience because these roads are no longer used for daily traffic.
Arriving in the park Andujar itself there is another special feature to see: a pilgrimage site "Virgin de la Cabeza" with its huge statue which can be seen from afar. Once a shepherd met Maria here, every year in May thousands of pilgrims come to this place which is even broadcast live on Spanish television.