San Pedro was a former resting place for cattle now turned into a recreational area, where the Alanís Pilgrimage is held every year. It is located within the Sierra Norte Natural Park.
Facilities in the Park include barbecues, tables and benches, toilets, playground, fountains and garbage bins, a camping area and Los Carros Path.
The area is populated with pines and oaks and crossed by the San Pedro Stream, lined with a gallery forest comprised of ashes, poplars, willows and well-developed shrub and bushes. The San Pedro Fountain is located next to the stream, about five kilometres east of the village.
Access is free and can be reached by the A-447 road towards Fuente Obejuna in Cordoba. The Park is on the right side of the road, about 3.5 km from the town centre. It can also be reached by the signposted Los Carros Path, to the south of the road mentioned above.