Natural heritage

Chorrera de Horcajo

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It is a beautiful space located next to the Cabañeros National Park, concretely, in the north of the village. It is made of crystal clear water, diverse vegetation of holly, birch and fern, and a great variety of fauna typical of Cabañeros, such as the golden eagle.

The main attraction of the site is the fifteen-metre high waterfall that the stream of La Chorrera makes along its course. In this waterfall, the water impacts against the rocks on the ground, perforating them and carving out the so-called pools, a place where visitors can refresh themselves in the summer season.

Currently, there is a suitable path to get from Horcajo to this stunning natural site which starts in the street of Los Linares, and follows the valley of the stream, on a way where we will discover authentic wonders. Another option is to drive up to the last 800 metres, which must be done on foot for a better experience. There is a parking area next to some camping tables.


Available for visits

All year round, but more recommended in autumn, and spring. More information at the Town Hall.

Visit hours

It is recommended to visit it during daylight hours and at suitable temperatures, always accompanied by an expert guide.






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