Given the distance between the chapel of Guaditoca and the village, it is necessary to include its visit as a separate route. To visit the chapel, you leave from the northern area, passing by the chapel of Cristo de la Salud.
The walk begins and ends in the village of El Pedroso and crosses the curious area of granite outcrops known locally as montonás. At the beginning, on the right, there is an oil mill, closely followed by the remains of old granite quarries.
This is a long, demanding but very picturesque trail, where you can enjoy the Mediterranean wilderness with the added attraction of some abandoned mines.
This route starts at the recreational area of Las Doblas, just off the A-472 road. From this point, after crossing a gate, the route takes a pressed earth path with short cemented sections at the fords.
This road starts at the bridge know as the Dragon Bridge. At their feet, and in the bank opposite to the castle there are two possible places to park the car, one to the right and another to the left, from where two possible routes start. These routes pass by 7 of the 9 flour mills that stand in the river banks and are preserved to this day.
This route has two main attractions: its ornithological interest and the pleasure of taking a walk across open fields.
This route starts at the small rock climbing facilities at the “El Peñón” camping, which takes its name from the Spanish name of the Rock of Algámitas and is located at kilometre 3.5 of the road from Algámitas to Pruna. There, next to the gate, stands the informative signal marking the start of the route.