ITINERARIES OF PAGOS DEL SHERRY
This itinerary provides a perfect combination of wine, nature and biodiversity. In addition to its more than outstanding wine tourism attractions, taking place as it does in the extensive vineyard zones surrounding Trebujena, its closeness to the wetlands in the vicinity of the Doñana Nature Park lend it a unique ornithological character and make it ideal for birdwatching enthusiasts.
One of the main points of interest on the route is the Mirador del Redondón observation point from where it is possible to observe an extraordinary panoramic view of Trebujena, where a landscape of extensive vineyards blends with the banks of the river Guadalquivir, and from where you can see all the diverse resources located along the route, such as Cortijo Alventus and Molino de las Haciendas, which give the itinerary and additional historical and cultural character.
Circular itinerary of 6.7 kilometres that can be completed on foot or MTB
|Type of route:||Circular|
|Estimated hiking time:||1 h. 20 min.|
|Estimated cycle touring time:||29 min.|
|Elevation:||Maximum: 97 mts. / Minimum: 2 mts.|
|Pagos:||Dehesa, La Noria, Cordero, Las Palomas, Redondón, La Flamenca, Cerro vacas, Atajara, La Cruz|
In order to make your itinerary as comfortable as possible and to allow you to enjoy the Pagos del Sherry to the full, here are some recommendations:
- The pleasantly mild climate of the Jerez Region makes it possible to enjoy the destination practically the whole year round. However, in spring and summer it is important to bear in mind the high temperatures of the region. At these times you are recommended to avoid the central hours of the day, when very high temperatures are reached, and to follow the route either early morning or in the evening when temperatures are more pleasurable.
- In spring and summer it is advisable to use sun protection cream and wear a baseball cap, hat or similar as protection from the sun.
- In autumn and winter, and to a lesser extent during spring, it is advisable to bear in mind the possibility of rain and to avoid following the itinerary if these meteorological conditions are forecast, given that a good part of the route runs across open ground.
- Comfortable light clothing is recommended.
- There are no drinking water points available on the route, so it is advisable to take sufficient water to remain hydrated throughout the itinerary.