The natural park of Puebla de San Miguel
The county of Rincón de Ademuz is home to Puebla de San Miguel natural park whose 6,000 hectares are calling out to be explored.
There is no shortage of nature for you to enjoy in the natural park. You’ll find copses of Spanish juniper, savin juniper and Scots pine and plenty of ethnographic and cultural heritage that Puebla de San Miguel residents have cared for and maintained over the centuries. You can now come for a visit and to enjoy an unforgettable day out in the great outdoors.
One of the greatest attractions is Alto de las Barracas, which is the highest peak in the Region of Valencia, reaching 1,828m above sea level. The wildlife here is another highlight. You might just be lucky enough to spot the Spanish moon moth and the Apollo butterfly, two protected species. And then there are the birds of prey like vultures and booted eagles, as well as species of bats that you don’t often see in the Region.
There are a number of walks – of varying levels of difficulty – that will immerse you in the depths of Puebla de San Miguel natural park. Close to the village there is a recreational area complete with tables, sinks, fountains and a camping area. So how about it? Come and explore the natural park and then visit some architectural sites like San Miguel church, San Roque chapel and Museo de Etnología (the ethnological museum).