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Ruta de Molino a Molino, La Hiruela

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Ruta de Molino a Molino is located in La Hiruela. Plan your visit to Ruta de Molino a Molino and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our La Hiruela itinerary planner.
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  • Care if it want to make with children, is complicated, has basntantes slopes and the road estracho and complicated.
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  • In La Hiruela there are several routes marked and suitable for families. But in my opinion, if it will only be once or is the first to be at La Hiruela, it is obligatory to make the route "From mill to mill". It is in this way is known where the most important La Hiruela fun and beauty are insured The route starts and ends in the town square as it is a circular road that runs on the banks of the Jarama River in a large part. The estimated travel time depends on if we adults or with children, and also what we go entertain along the way. I recommend you to linger. An hour or hour and a half. Looking at the Church of San Miguel of the Hiruela to the left, is opens the road. By the way that if is open the Church, is worth enter to see the newly restored, San Miguel does not lack detail: the sword, wings, the chain holding the devil, and the devil... It gives a little bit of fear. Once we have entrusted to San Miguel, we start the route. In the first section a little bit of care if there is snow, or rain because there are lot of stone sliding. We continue through the forest until you reach the river Jarana. Must stop, and photo on the bridge. To the right of the bridge the road that connects opens with the first mill. There is almost nothing of that first "Juan Bravo mill", but past the ruins I challenge you to discover the round stone that is atizaba to grind grain. We continue along a beautiful road along the banks of the Jarama. You can see all kinds of birds and at certain times of the year, trout. You must be very quiet to view and search the deep areas of the river. There is a moment that we crossed the river by a bridge of wood which is copied from a design by Leonardo Da Vinci. I also challenge to find between the waters of the River, the old concrete bridge that floodwater from the River, was in a thaw. A little later, still marks the route, should climb some rocks and then fall back to the Bank. Be careful again with stones. There is little left. The last section, from which the new mill is already seen, should be done depending on the time of year, climbing the rocks again, or across the River in the area where there is less water. We have come to the new mill. Here we can eat, if we were ahead, because there are tables and the site is beautiful to be an afternoon lying in the grass. From all. Rise people will take us about 15 minutes if we are calmly, although we can deviate in the first instalment, see the "buzzard". Recent old of slate where adhered to honey bees. It is worth not forget climb the garbage at the entrance of the village, because the mill bins, fill up quickly and then the animals, spread them by Prairie. I hope you enjoy it. It is one of my favorite walks and never tired, you always see something new and beautiful.
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  • After visiting La Hiruela (recommended for all ages) we decided to make the mill (John Bravo) path to mill (harinero). The first tranche it enjoyed much but, once passed the first mill, the route left for signals (beacons) correctly placed and we lost so we took well over hour and a half and had it wrong. Please that arranges the signals.
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