Itinerari La Cova dels Adells
We go through the Bosc Negre, a thick forest of European Black pine and Evergreen oak on the way to the Cova dels Adell [cave], at the foot of the Maraco Gullies. The cave is formed by the folding of Jurassic rocks which are over 170 million years old. From here, the views of the Barranc de la Conca ravine, the Ebro Valley and part of the cliffs of La Barcina are spectacular. The meadows and scrublands on higher ground are frequented by flocks of red-billed clough (Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax) and, with a little bit of luck, you may also be able to see a golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) flying above the area.