Historic Walled Town of Cuenca (UNESCO, 1996): A naturalistic short trip.
We are passionate lovers of our hometown. Cuenca is an unusually well-preserved medieval fortified city. On December 7th, 1996, Cuenca was named World Heritage Site by UNESCO, thanks to the excellent preservation of such an original urban landscape like this medieval fortress, and its rich collection of civil and religious architecture from the 12th to the 18th centuries. To this they added that the city features an exceptional personality, being perfectly integrated into the marvellous natural landscape that surrounds it: Júcar & Huécar Canyons.
We propose a short trip without leaving the city of Cuenca in which you will discover its most natural side: Júcar & Huécar Canyon. Leaving the upper part of the city (Castle neigbourhood) we will go down and making several stops to interpret and enjoy the landscape and its elements: geology, fauna, flora, customs … An ideal walk for photography lovers.
Hopefully we are able to watch rocky & cliffs birds (Red Billed, Egyptian & Griffon vultures) and river birds. If you prefer a hiking route ask us for our offers inside or around the city.
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