The reptiles in Guara
The reptiles are another of the major groups of animals that can be observed in the natural park of Sierra de Guara … Victims of ill fame and climate change, its hard to see them or with a lot of patience …
Birds and raptors of Guara
Paradise for any lover of ornithology, it can be seen in Sierra de Guara more than 150 bird species, including 20 kinds of raptors. Environments, reliefs and varied climates of the Sierra allow habitats …
The insects & minibeasts
Very present in Sierra de Guara as in all the globe, insects are a class of invertebrates with a decisive role in the cycles of nature with the pollination of plants or as a link in the food chain…
Amphibians of Sierra de Guara
Visible in the rivers and canyons of the Sierra de Guara, amphibians (the amphi Greek (‘both’) and bio (‘life’), which means “both lives” or “both ways”) are a class of vertebrate we often crossed during our excursions…
Alquezar, from his eyrie, dominates the Rio Vero Canyon offering open and spectacular views over wild beauties of the south-eastern boundary of the Natural Park of Sierra and Canyons of Guara.
Located 602m above sea level near the confluence of the Alcanadre and Isuala rivers, Bierge, with a population of about 150 inhabitants, is perfectly located in a road cruse allowing to visit the southern part of Guara easily.
Rodellar is located 740m above sea level in one of the most beautiful area of Spain, on the edge of the ravine Mascun considered one of the best in the world, this village offers multitudes of possibilities for adventure.
Las Almunias de Rodellar
Perfectly situated in the heart of the Natural Park of Sierra de Guara, Las Almunias de Rodellar is located at 699 m. altitude on the only road of communication of the Rodellar Valley at about 12km from Bierge and 4km from Rodellar.
Ponds of Vero and Fornocal
In its first kilometers, Vero and its tributaries describe some impressive calcareous canyons. They are representative Karstic phenomena observed in Spain. Fornocal forms the last Grand Canyon of the oriental side …