|SCI||Municipalities||Total Surface Area
||Surface within the region
|Río Mezquín y Oscuros||
Belmonte de San José, Castelserás, La Codoñera, Torrecilla de Alcañiz and Torrevelilla
|454 ha||454 ha|
Habitats or species of interest:
Featuring specimens of ash trees in the immediate vicinity of the River Mezquín, and tuff formations at certain points. Vulnerable wildlife species such as the Egyptian vulture and other forest-dwelling birds of prey can be found here.
Barranc Fondo Route
A walk along the Barranc Fondo ravine follows the River Mezquín as it cuts through wide expanses of farmland. Although the visit to this natural space can be started at different points, we have chosen a stretch starting in Torrevelilla that takes you to the neighbouring village of Belmonte de San José. It coincides with the route of the scenic trail PR-TE 13.
Download information from the guide Aves y Territorio. Un recorrido ornitológico por el Bajo Aragón (Birds and Region. A birdwatching visit to the Lower Aragon region).