Along with the river Borosa the Aguasmulas River is one of the mightiest tributaries of the Guadalquivir and its source is situated at Piedras de Aguasmulas at the foot of Sierra de las Banderillas.
From 'Llanos de Arance', a closeby camping site, you have access to the hiking trail and other places discussed below:
- Hiking Trail to the valley and source of the river Aguasmulas
This route of about 9 kilometres is ideal to know the origin of this tributary of the Guadalquivir.
- Route of the Hunting Park
Of free admission, this park shows some beautiful views of the Tranco Reservoir of Beas and it is possible to observe some of the fauna of Sierra Cazorla.
- Visitors centre ' Torre del Vinagre'
This 6 kilometres long route brings us to the museum of flora and fauna of the Natural Park, a museum with free entrance situated at the road Carretera del Tranco at kilometre 48.8 of Sierra de Cazorla.
In the museum, the visitor gets a full view of the organic life of the Natural Park and where is shown the richness of this landscape.
- Fish farm and Borosa Valley
The interpretation centre of Borosa River is located near Torre del Vinagre; it’s a centre dedicated to the importance of water in the area and the species that live in rivers and reservoirs.
- Source of the river Guadalquivir
This route is already discussed in this guide about Cazorla; it is located 30 kilometres away near the recreational area Cañada de las Fuentes.
Map of the area