It is a comfortable route, especially for children. In the first section of the path, you will find small houses and land dedicated to agricultural work with orchards and various plantations.
Later, stone pines and some cork oaks dominate the landscape. This is an excellent area for bird watching such as bee-eaters, jays and birds of prey. After a moderate climb, we begin to descend looking for the Llano of Campobuche, where the Campobuche or Gaduche river crosses.
In the plain there is an explanatory panel that includes various aspects of cork, since from here, cork oaks abound. The route ends in this plain, an ideal place for a picnic or to observe the fauna of the environment.