There are just over two kilometers of trail if we add the outward and return, a path that in the last stretch runs between riparian and Mediterranean forest. Accompanied in each of our steps by Aleppo pines, poplars, junipers, gall oaks, holm oaks… and at the top, an exceptional lookout, the griffon vulture, one of the largest birds of prey in the Iberian Peninsula. At the end, when the large trees that accompany us let us see the rock wall that closes the way, is when we glimpse this magnificent place that looks like a dream.
It evokes the memory of that mythical scene from the movie “The Blue Lake”, where Christopher Atkins and Brooke Shields show their love for each other in a small lake, under a beautiful waterfall. It is a jump of about twenty or thirty meters. The water hits a limestone rock ledge, already covered by wet vegetation, and distributes it along the surrounding walls, causing a greenness, worthy of any corner of the Amazon, which illuminates the place. You feel like sitting, watching, listening to the birds singing and the sweet sound of the water falling over the small lake formed at the foot of the waterfall.
(Text by @Proximity Explorer)