It mainly uses rural paths that cross a vast agricultural area, through an area with very characteristic landscape composition called "Bocage". This type of landscape in essence is characterized by a landscape mosaic composed of hedges, cultivated land, forests and wetlands, where the salt marshes, alders, oak, brambles, ivy, among others, predominate. One of the aspects that make this route amazing, is the biodiversity, especially avifauna, making this route of special interest for lovers of birdwatching. Storks, the most abundant species, nest here every year, making it easy to observe them in rice fields, pastures and wetlands. A very interesting route to take as a family due to its low level of difficulty and variety of points of interest.
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Responsible Trails Criteria:
(last audit carried out in 08/01/2021)
Waymarks - 2 (Severe degradation that increases the risk but it allows the use of the route.)
Conservations of the path - 1 (The level of degradation on the surroundings completely changes the user experience.)
General Conservation - 3 (Some place present some degradation but with no negative impacts on the experience.)
Information boards and signs - 3 (Reasonably maintained and with interest.)
Complementary boards - 3 (Reasonably maintained and with interest.)
Safety and suport structures - 3 (Reasonably maintained.)
Local Community integration - 4 (Encourages integration / contacts with the community.)
Landscape intergration - 4 (Well integrated into the landscape and with points of interest.)
General Safety - 1 (Presents more than one high-risk situation.)