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The hidden desert | Le désert caché

The most photographed landmark is the Cabezo de Castildetierra, which rises to 314m. A natural pillar, it's the result of wind and rain carving out the stone and earth. Layers of soft clay, harder sandstone and limestone erode at different rates, creating artistic forms and textures thoughout the.park. Once the high summer temperatures have eased off , the area is perfect for hiking, cycling and.horseback riding.

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The most photographed landmark is the Cabezo de Castildetierra, which rises to 314m. A natural pillar, it's the result of wind and rain carving out the stone and earth. Layers of soft clay, harder sandstone and limestone erode at different rates, creating artistic forms and textures thoughout the.park. Once the high summer temperatures have eased off , the area is perfect for hiking, cycling and.horseback riding.