The route can be followed on foot according to the marked itinerary starting from the Mari Loza alley in Herrera de Alcántara, or on foot or by car on the road as far as the jetty of Herrera de Alcántara. When you get here it is worth making a stop and enjoying one of the best panoramic views of the banks of the Tajo Internacional.
You will then come to a second viewpoint near some old fishermen’s houses. Don’t worry if you are not a seasoned hiker; the route is short and pleasant with just a few hills.
At first the trail runs through olive groves which later change to vegetation characteristic of the shady side of banks with hackberries and hawthorns; these give way to holm oaks, Portuguese oaks, strawberry trees, narrow-leaved mock privet, Mediterranean buckthorn, terebinths, mastics, laurustinus, white heather, butcher’s broom, and jasmine.