This mountain range is a natural paradise located close to the border between the provinces of Ávila and Salamanca and only 70km from the city of Salamanca itself. The highest peaks reach to a height of 1221m above sea level and the Trampal and Duque lakes below supply water and electricity to the region. The views from all around here are fantastic and it's worth coming for the fresh air, the hiking, the hunting and the fishing. The national climbing club runs a hostel in the mountains that's open all year round. Try the locally-produced sausages, salamis, black pudding and hams.
Attractions & Landmarks
- Nearest Train: Bus: Salamanca-Béjar