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Los Órganos de Benitandús: Geoturismo e historia en la Selva Mediterránea

The Sierra de Espadán is what biologists call “the Mediterranean rainforest”, one of the last cork oak forests of the Spanish Mare Nostrum. On this occasion we will go up from the Benitandús reservoir, a real lake of very clean and fresh water nestled between mountains, through a wild forest of cork oaks towards the spectacular landscape of the Órganos, a rocky formation of siliceous cliffs that will leave you speechless. Once there, you will enjoy lunch with our classic meal of local produce and then continue along an almost flat path through mixed forests of cork oaks and pines, visiting trenches of the Spanish Civil War, dry stone constructions and other points of cultural interest, before descending towards the Alcornocal ravine on the way to Benitandús. Impressive!


Guides-interpreters, insurance, native lunch (bread, olive oil, cheeses, sausages, wine, juices, seasonal fruit...), the necessary materials (teaching aids, binoculars, compasses...) and a high quality photographic report.


Meeting point in Benitandús (Alcudia de Veo), recommended audience from ages 8 and up. Children up to 8 years old are free.

El precio depende del número de participantes