Salamanca as an eco destination
Nature in Salamanca is varied and rich. Its landscapes include high mountains, such as those of the Sierra de Candelario, and in the lower area, the valleys of the Arribes del Duero. As it could not be otherwise, its fauna and flora are also varied. As well as the amount of activities in nature that you can do in Salamanca.
One of the best ways to get to know the province is hiking. Many roads run through Salamanca, small or long distance, more or less easy, but all with the common framework of an amazing nature. The Roads of Art in the Sierra de Francia, the Frontier Trails in the Arribes del Duero Natural Park, or the Alagón Trails, which run through the valleys of the same river, are some of the best known.
In addition, there is a long-distance trail, the GR-14 or Senda del Duero, which crosses the Las Arribes region through canyons and rocky outcrops; and a multitude of local trails hidden throughout the geography of Salamanca.
But also, the province can be traveled by bicycle. The BTT is one of the best activities in nature in Salamanca thanks to the 9 centers and about 50 cycling routes that are spread throughout the province. In total, total more than 1500 kilometers to travel with family or friends. Some of the most spectacular places that you can cross by bicycle are the Mocho Bridge, the Pozo de los Humos, the fort of the Merchanas or the canyons of the Arribes del Duero.