La Gomera Trail
This area is a beautiful example of the Mid-Subbetic, comprising a steep and very rough landscape on which streams and rivers have carved their course. But the importance of this rugged spot lies, without a doubt, in its rich botany and fauna, in a good state of conservation.
Distance: 2.8 km. Estimated time: 50’.
The Necropolis Trail
Following the Cañada Real Marchena-Estepa (Livestock Route) we come across Osuna’s Roman Theatre, one of the few that is still preserved in Spain today. On this same livestock route, just a little further on, in what is known as “Las Cuevas”, we find the ancient Roman necropolis. In addition, the Roman Forum of the ancient Urso forms part of a large section of this trail, specifically the area known locally as “La Pileta”.
Distance: 6 km. Estimated time: 1 h. 40’.
Corbones River Trail
The impressive reservoir of the Corbones River is of particular interest for lovers of water sports, one of the few navigable reservoirs of the Seville province. In addition to enjoying a day in touch with nature, admiring the rich flora and fauna of this natural area, visitors will be able to relax and rest on the shores of this reservoir, which has a capacity of 74 cubic hectometres, trying their luck with their fishing rod, waiting for a barbel, carp or black bass to take the bait.
Distance: 6.2 km. Estimated time: 1 h. 45’.
Las Lagunas Trail
One of the town’s protected areas of greatest wealth shines in its own light, the Endorheic Area. Each year, its beautiful and shallow lakes are visited by species of birds that rest in Osuna on their migratory route. Flamingos, geese, grey herons and the almost extinct ruddy duck live among rushes, reeds and bulrushes.
Distance: 8.4 km. Estimated time: 2 h. 24’.
Gomera-Sierra Pérez Trail
On this route we will enjoy a dense Mediterranean forest containing an abundance of herbs such as thyme, rosemary, rockrose and kermes oak. All of these flood our path with interesting aromas in spring. We will reach areas with stunning landscapes and of great environmental value.
Distance: 8.7 km. Estimated time: 2 h. 30’.
Puerto de la Encina-Calderona Trail.
We are entering one of the most deserted parts of the municipality of Osuna, passing through places such as La Retama, Rancho Tusset, La Mesada. We reach the magnificent pine forest and grassland of Calderona which will lead us to cross the stream of El Término to the Puebla de Cazalla Path, using the same routes the ancient muleteers used in the surrounding areas of Puerto de la Encina.
Distance: 5.2 km. Estimated time: 1 h. 30’.
La Calderona Trail
Spectacular on its route between olive groves and fields of cereal crops, with equally magnificent riverside landscape dominated by tamarisk. We find ourselves in an area bathed by the local streams of Peinado and Salado. As we enjoy the trail, we can observe excellent examples of our rural architecture.
Distance: 13.8 km. Estimated time: 3 h. 55’.
Ípora-Los Naranjos Trail
Reptiles and birds of prey in great danger of becoming extinct find shelter in the natural area bounded by the river Blanco and the Salinoso stream, which has very characteristic shapes, a result of the erosion processes which give way to the spectacular “riparian forests”. Within the river course, the area known as the “planada del rio” stands out, where you can find a bend currently in the process of being formed. Foxes, sparrow hawks, nightingales and moorhens have chosen this as their habitat.
Distance: 21 km. Estimated time: 6 h.
Las Viñas Trail
This is a spectacular route which starts among olive groves and fields of cereal crops, moving on to spot the remains of ancient pastures; all at the same time as enjoying an unrivalled panoramic view from the ridge of the summits of Las Viñas and we will delight in seeing excellent examples of our rural architecture.
Distance: 8.4 km. Estimated time: 3 h. 30’.
Camino del Barranco Trail
This route crosses areas of olive groves and, at the highest points, you will be able to enjoy wonderful views.
Distance: 13.3 km. Estimated time: 4 h.
El Salinoso Trail
Reptiles and birds of prey in great danger of becoming extinct find shelter in the natural area bounded by the river Blanco and the Salinoso stream, which has very characteristic shapes, a result of the erosion processes which give way to spectacular “riparian forests”. Within the river course, the area known as the “planada del rio” stands out, where you can contemplate a bend currently in the process of being formed. Foxes, sparrow hawks, nightingales and moorhens have chosen this as their habitat.
Therefore, walking among them is a real pleasure for the senses, contemplating the magnitude of the landscape in all of its splendour, seeing the flora and fauna close up. We may come across some locals and have the chance to spend time talking to them about the land and its diversity. Equally, these trails are a good tourism option for those who love hiking and nature since they enable every way of being in direct contact with the area, with its people and with the natural features that make it unique compared to other places.
Distance: 11.7 km. Estimated time: 3 h. 20’.