The Geopark of Granada, declared World Geopark by UNESCO in 2020, has 4,722 km2 of 47 municipalities belonging to the regions of Guadix, Baza, Huéscar and Montes, extends over an exceptional territory in the central sector of the Betic Cordillera surrounded by some of the highest mountains of the Iberian Peninsula, such as the Sierra de la Sagra or Sierra Nevada. The geology of the region has conditioned the life and culture of its inhabitants from prehistoric times to the present day.
They are inhospitable lands, of a singular beauty, that safeguard a significant and unique part of our geological heritage in the European continent that, with the universal language of rocks, does not leave indifferent those who come to know its exciting history
history. Here you will find more information, maps and guides of the territory. If you are already convinced to come and visit this unique place, we recommend this manual of good practices for visitors.
"At Almazara de Paulenca, we are fully aware of the need to care for the environment and respect our surroundings. For this reason, we adopt measures that help reduce the impact of our activity, reducing the consumption of energy, water and other resources. We recycle used oil, conserve native flora and traditional architecture, and have solar panels
solar panels. In addition, we try to use as much as possible less polluting ecological cleaning products. We know that tourism carried out in a sustainable way can contribute to the development of our territory, and that is why we encourage all our customers to join this commitment, making a responsible use of water and energy, buying local products, visiting artisans and traditional producers."
We recommend hiking trails in the surroundings to enjoy the unique environment, we think that with the explained can enjoy more of the environment and above all respect it. We advise you to go for a walk to discover the surroundings by yourself. We recommend two routes, a classic one from the house and a longer one starting from a more distant point.
PR-A 153, viewpoint at the end of the world
This route is the most recommended and the best known of Paulenca. It leads to the famous viewpoint of the end of the world, it takes about three quarters of an hour from the rural house.
Route in wikiloc: https://es.wikiloc.com/rutas-senderismo/fin-
PR- A 426, the colorados
This circular route is 40 minutes by car from the enclosure, it is the most advisable, because it is the most beautiful. The difficulty is higher and you have to be well prepared, we recommend it to those who have experience.
Route n wikiloc: https://es.wikiloc.com/rutas-senderismo/los-