Seville and its province are known for being one of the hottest places in Andalusia, especially when the heat is more intense during the summertime.
The Rivera de Cala is the main tributary of the Rivera de Huelva, into which it flows in the municipality of Guillena, after
The Rivera de Guaditoca is a small stream that begins in Guadalcanal near the chapel of the same name and runs northward to flow into the Sotillo River, which marks the boundary with the province of Badajoz. It is 20 km long and it is seasonal, remaining dry during the summer.
The Rivera de Benalija is a small stream in the north of the Sierra Norte Natural Park, which runs along the southwest edge of the municipal district of Alanís. It empties into one of the tail ends of the Pintado Reservoir. This seasonal stream may dry up in the summers with little rainfall.
The Rivera del Huéznar is one of the three great rivers of the Seville’s Sierra Morena, along with the Viar and the Retortillo. Like all the tributaries of the right bank of the Guadalquivir, into which it flows at Tocina, it is a short river, with a winding course and a pronounced gradient.
The Rivera de Huelva River rises in Badajoz, crosses the province of Huelva and enters the province of Seville through the Sierra de Aracena. Once in Seville, it runs through the towns of El Castillo de las Guardas and El Ronquillo, as well as Guillena and La Algaba, where it flows into the right side of the River Guadalquivir.
We leave Cazalla de la Sierra until we reach the exit of the village, on the A455 towards the train station and Constantina. After descending 8km along the A455 we will arrive at the Cazalla/Constantina Station, cross the railway tracks, and after about 200 metres, we will come to a crossroads where we will have to turn right towards Constantina.