Path of the Monarch Butterflies in the Andalusian Jungle
An easy, flat route along the river through the cork forest, accompanied by the beautiful monarch butterflies. With a visit to the charming old Castle-Village Castellar
The monarch butterfly is a relatively new inhabitant in Andalusia, originally from the north of America, it has been introduced in Europe in recent years and it seems to have found an ideal place in the Guadarranque River, where the Duckbush grows, providing food for the caterpillar of the monarch butterfly. At the end of our route we can take some tapas before we drive back.
easy - 7 km - about 3 hours
Walking shoes, sun / rain protection, drinking water.
Pick up times:
Guide, insurance, transport to the starting point and back
Food and drinks
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