The reserve has a total of 82 hectares which includes the mountain in which the village of Ojén is located and the surroundings of the Caña Humo stream. In this space, you can find a large number of different envronments over a short distance.
- Oaks: Majestic forests of trees that survived the fire thanks to their cork.
- Pines: Planted by man for wood production, it is now home to many forest birds.
- Chestnuts trees: A few rare old but lively specimens with their thick trunks and the chestnuts they produce.
- Rivera Wood: Willows and poplars along the stream between ferns and reeds.
- Mediterranean maquis: This is the most abundant habitat, with a multitude of shrubs and scattered trees forming a mosaic of coulours.
- Mixed forest: Near “El Cerezal“, there are pines, cork oaks and several species of shrubs and climbing plants that create a mysterious environment to discover.
These rich ecosystems concentrated in such a small space make it possible to find a great diversity of species, lights, smells and sensations. To enjoy all of this, the reserve is crossed by a network of trails that provide access to different areas and points of interests, giving the opportunity to see the animals and landscapes of each ecosystem from different angles.
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At the highest point of the reserve, at an altitude of 649 meters, there are remains of an archaeological site with remains of stone buildings and ceramic fragments. Although not yet studied, some experts believe that this discovery could change the history of what is known about the region during medieval period.