PUEBLA DE LA SIERRA
Its particular microclimate creates conditions that favor one of the greatest diversity of flora and fauna in the Community. In the recreational area of Los Avellanos you can enjoy activities in contact with nature.
This natural wealth can be contemplated while walking along one of the four existing trails, while cycling or while participating in an environmental education activity.
Puebla de la Sierra is part of the Biosphere Reserve, whose ecosystems aim to demonstrate a balanced relationship between humans and the biosphere by contributing to the conservation of landscapes, ecosystems and genetic variation as well as sustainable economic and human development from the socio-cultural and ecological points of view. We recommend that you book your visit at www.sierradelrincon.org so you don't miss it.
Outside the Biosphere Reserve, but in the middle of nature, I would not miss the Valley of Dreams. It is an open-air sculptural itinerary, inaugurated in 2006 and currently made up of more than 30 works of art donated by local artists who sponsored the idea. It is a project that aims to make this natural spot a unique, almost magical environment.
If you are traveling with your family, you can take a break in the Hazelwoods Recreational Area, where nature-related activities take place.
Take a stroll and immerse yourself in the village, seeing buildings such as the tinados, mills, the forge or the old fountain that served as water for the neighbors. Stop at the Church of the Immaculate Conception and continue to the outskirts to the Hermitage of Nuestra Señora de la Soledad to contemplate the charm of this corner of Madrid.