We are in the town of Aracena, in the heart of the Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche Natural Park. The place is characterized by a natural and cultural heritage that arouses the curiosity and interest of anyone who visits it.
The area includes the protected denomination of origin of Jabugo, so our visitors will be able to taste all the products of the area, including the well-known Iberian pata Negra cured ham, during their visit. A reward more than deserved after a long time pedalling!
The landscape changes depending on the altitude and humidity. The pastures populated with Holm Oaks are replaced in some areas by Cork Oaks and in others, in villages such as Fuenteheridos, Galaroza or Castaño del Robledo the landscape is made up of chestnut trees.
In rivers like the Múrtiga River we will find closed forests where there are abundant trees such as poplars, ash, willows and alders, along with brambles and climbing plants.
This Huelva Sierra is also certified as a Starlight Reserve, which means that it is an ideal place for the observation of the night sky.
Visiting its villages by electric bicycle and enjoying its interesting heritage are activities that park visitors simply can’t miss.