Where the Guadalquivir River rests. You are in one of the most interesting areas of the Cazorla, Segura and Las Villas Natural Park since it connects its different key points.
It is the natural contact between the north (Sierra de Segura) and the south (Sierra de Cazorla). Here you will move to the rhythm of the Guadalquivir perched in its calm waters, where you will sail in the only boat that crosses the Tranco reservoir.
Come take a ride in the only boat that goes through the dam of El Tranco with solar energy
Two alternative routes:Hornos
: in this itinerary, the boat will take you to the left part of the dam, where you can see the village of Hornos, its castle and Yelmo's peak with its 1,809 m.
You can enjoy these spectacular views and you will remember this unique experience of this dam. Bujaraiza
: in the other itinerary, the boat will take to the south part of the dam, to the old river course.
You can see the Sierra de las Villas in the right side and the big mountain range of the peak Banderillas in the center area, with almost 2,000 m.
In any of these two routes, with a bit of luck, you can see animals on the banks of the reservoir like the deer, the mountain goat or the fallow deer.
And also, for those bird fanciers, the birdwatchers, you can sometimes observe the osprey, or see cormorants drying in the sun. Seagulls, vultures, and herons are also frequent in the area. If you are lucky enough, you can even spot the lammergeyer, which was reintroduced not long ago in this mountain range.
The first route of the day will be Hornos, at 10:00 am, followed by Bujaraiza at 11:10 am, followed again by Hornos and so on alternately until the end of the day. You can choose the schedule that suits you best.
After a day of adventure, there is no choice but to taste the typical Segureña food in our restaurant located in a building with the shape of a great mountain refuge and with spectacular views of the reservoir.