This past autumn, we decided to visit Caozo Falls in the Valle del Jerte. The route is short and perfect for doing with kids; it starts in Valdastillas which you can reach by car. At the beginning, the trail takes you through cherry, olive, and chestnut groves, a beautiful sight especially in autumn when their colors are on full display. Oh, and the waterfalls are just amazing. Even if it hasn't rained recently and the stream isn't full (as was our case), it’ still just as spectacular. During the return trip, you go through a large chestnut forest where you can see lots of birds and collect the tasty nuts on the ground. When we arrived home, we roasted them up and had quite a feast. All in all, it was a wonderful route and we had a great time. I’d really recommend it.
Cooperative Grouping Valley Parks is responsible for processing the products of the 14 cooperatives that were formed in the huge facilities that process most of the Cherry Valley Parks. Other products such as plums, raspberries, chestnuts, figs and blackberries, are also processed here, they become rich liquors and spirits that you can taste in a room in the factory. They also sell cheeses and jams.