Located 500 metres from the built-up area of Brozas, the Brozas Pool was created in the 15th century as a resting place for the flocks of sheep which descended from northern lands to the dehesas of Tajo Internacional. From then on the pool became a space with historical, natural, and cultural connections as a watering place for livestock, a tench farm, a place to manufacture tiles and bricks, and a favourite spot for strolling along its banks.
During all four seasons the Brozas Pool is a paradise for bird-lovers as it allows the observation of innumerable species such as the spoonbill, the coot, the great crested grebe, the kingfisher, the black-winged stilt, and the little grebe. Moreover, between March and October fishing enthusiasts can enjoy their hobby by taking the famous tenches, a local delicacy.
For 365 days of the year you can experience spectacular sunsets either on foot or on a short cycle touring route on the marked paths and trails in the territory of the nature reserve.