At the Los Filabres-Tabernas region is the Urban Route of Abla, which was previously called the Roman Municipality of Alba. The route begins at the Roman Mausoleum, passing afterwards by the Hermitage of Sain Sebastian and later by the sheds, “porches” or “tinaos”, which cover the streets and are a characteristic detail of ancient architecture. Following the route you will find the Baroque Manor House and then the Church of the Annunciation. Other historical elements are the Coat of Arms of Alonso Bazan, the Pedestal of Avitiano and the Hermitage of Saint Anton. In the highest area is the Castle viewpoint and the old Alcazaba. This route ends with a visit to the Saint John Cross, the Hermitage of the Virgin of the Wonders and the Hermitage of the Holy Martyrs.
The Los Molinos y Las Fuentes Trail runs through the Sierra Nevada Natural Park. It is a circular path and you can do it at any time of the year. Another outstanding trail is the so-called Encinar de Abrucena, which is also circular and has a medium-high difficulty due to the unevenness, lasting approximately 7 hours. On the other hand, with a duration less than 4 hours is the Circular Path of La Jairola and Castillejo that passes through the most emblematic places of the mountains of the municipality of Abrucena, within the Natural Park of Sierra Nevada. On the other hand, in Gergal there is the Loma de Tablas Trail, whose route lasts 5 hours and the difficulty is medium. In half the time, you can take the Lucainena-Agua Amarga Trail, which is easy and runs on both dirt roads and paved areas. If you are in the Filabres-Tabernas region, other outstanding trails to visit are: Nacimiento-Gilma, Desert Trail, Turrillas-Loma del Perro Trail and Turrillas-Las Cucas Trail.
Encinar de Abrucena Trail
La Jairola - El Castillejo
Lucainena - Agua Amarga Trail
Turrillas - Loma del Perro
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