The Owl Caves
Continuing through other fairytale landscapes, modeled by their agricultural, livestock and forestry uses, entering the Mediterranean forest made up of resin pine forests in which resin and stone pine have traditionally been extracted, in which today they are still collecting the pineapples for their appreciated pine nuts, and oak groves and astonishing juniper forests, until reaching the hidden Cueva del Búho in the public utility mountain of La Vid and Guma (Burgos). This cave constitutes an enclave of singular relevance offering refuge to the wild cat (Felis silvestris silvestris, Schreber, 1775), marten (Martes foina foina, Erxleben, 1777), genet (Genetta genetta, Linnaeus, 1758) and eagle owl (Bubo bubo) , as well as spectacular views for those who enter such an idyllic place in search of a haven of peace in contact with nature.
TIPS FOR THE VISITOR
- Have good shoes and walking sticks
- Special care at the entrance of the cave, as it can be dangerous
- Not recommended to go with children