Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Viewpoint at Gebas

Another day, another walk from El Berro.
This time we followed the red, yellow and white markers in the opposite direction. We had a lovely, if unexpected time walking through olive groves, then along what looked like a railway cutting (pic 4), through a flooded tunnel then over rocks and down to the little village of Gebas.
The markers stopped at the church, but I had seen a small sign to a viewpoint, and this was when the landscape became really incredible.
Our deserted sandy road took us past strange multi coloured rocks that appeared to have been shaped by floodwater, but the best bit was the turquoise coloured reservoir in the distance.
It was too far to walk down to it, so we went for a long lunch in the village, then walked across the hills back home.
We walked about 17kms and didn't see another person all day.
Excellent bit of undiscovered Spain.

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