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Nacimiento Del Rio Cuervo

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Nacimiento Del Rio Cuervo

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Ctra. CM-2106, 16150 Vega del Codorno Spain
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Elaine V wrote a review Jun 2019
El Ejido, Spain100 contributions21 helpful votes
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We drove 1.30 minutes from Cuenca to visit the waterfalls. It was a nice visit, not the best waterfalls i have seen in Spain but certainly a nice day out. Unlike some falls you can not paddle in the river etc which is a shame. It is a nice steady walk but not suitable if you struggle with hills or steps. Kids would love it as plenty of places to run around and play. Nice picnic spots. The resteraunt at the site does not serve snacks or lunches just meals. We did not find any toilets other than in the resteraunt.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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cristina p wrote a review Apr 2019
Cuenca, Spain146 contributions46 helpful votes
One-hour drive from Cuenca and you're in the middle of nature, enjoying its finest especially in spring and autumn (make sure you check if you visit in summer or winter, it could be disappointing as the waterfalls may dry out.) From the car park it takes just about 15 mins through a beautiful pine forest to get to the waterfalls, and then 20 more abrupt minutes to get to the birth of the river. At all times, you're surrounded by springs, pools and waterfalls, while the sound of the water embraces the silence. The cuckoo also kept us company all day long! It's a wonderful way to spend half a day in nature.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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BerylMerlin wrote a review Jan 2019
Lincoln, United Kingdom180 contributions67 helpful votes
Our Spanish friend took us here and with his local knowledge, we found the source! Bit of a scramble, but well worth it for the scenery - pools, streams and waterfalls. Afterwards, we had a lovely lunch - local dishes, recomended again by our Spanish friend. The inn is old and attractive and the service was friendly. It was lovely to sit outside on a crisp, sunny January day. Oh and dog friendly too!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Erika wrote a review Oct 2018
Caracas, Venezuela8,839 contributions594 helpful votes
This place is like a park to do picnics and nothing else. There is a little river and a little cascade but nothing else. We went in January and it was freezing cold, also because of this, the cascade was frozen.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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Lee wrote a review Apr 2018
Madrid, Spain88 contributions11 helpful votes
About an hours drive from Cuenca if your gps works and your copilot keeps quiet 🤫 Once you arrive to the car park it’s only 20 minutes to the waterfall and another 20 to the actual birth of the river on the hill top. Wheelchairs would be tough but I’m not young and I managed the incline without problems jjjj It’s interesting, unique, beautiful and free 🙈 The flow of water was lively in April after a couple of rainy weeks but I’d check in advance if coming in August
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Date of experience: April 2018
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