The Sierra de Montellano, also known as the Sierra de San Pablo, on whose slopes the town is located, is a limestone formation that reaches an altitude of up to 600 m, and which preserves natural vegetation of great interest for a town whose surrounding area is occupied largely by arable crops and olive groves.
The cave is to be found in the surroundings of the Rivera del Huéznar River, in an area formed by Cambrian limestone, which has been perforated by the waters to form the cave.
The cave is located in the Sierra Norte Natural Park.
Los Coscojales, located within the Sierra Norte Natural Park, is a karst area with a gentle, hilly landscape and limestone substrata bored by filtrations and underground water that have produced sinkholes.
This natural space in the province of Cadiz, bordering on the north with the province of Seville, is listed catalogued as a Special Conservation Area. The Sierra de Líjar is a Jurassic limestone mountain range between the towns of Algodonales and Olvera. The mountain range is 1,041 metres high and is a first-order geodesic vertex.
The Sierra de Becerrero massif, also called Sierra de Estepa, has been declared a Mountain Area of Environmental Interest, and is located between the towns of Estepa, Gilena, Pedrera and Lora de Estepa, rising sharply from a fairly flat environment.
We leave Coripe along the main avenue, looking for the signs to the Greenway along the A8126. We will descend a steep slope to the River Guadalporcún and, after crossing it, we will have to turn right following the signs to the Greenway.
The route of the Greenway is 15 kilometres long and passes through 10 tunnels, the largest of which are illuminated.