Neila de San Miguel Forest - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
The primary forest of Neila de San Miguel maintains a mixture of vegetation continental climate and Mediterranean, consisting of a forest of oaks, chestnut, cherry and mountain vegetation on average. The granite formations, formed by the moraines of ancient glaciers, give a beauty to this unique landscape Castilian Sierra de Bejar.
Neila de San Miguel Forest - FURTHER INFORMATION
Neila de San Miguel Forest - Avila visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Neila de San Miguel Forest' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Castilla y Leon.
Neila de San Miguel is a village on the western boundary of Avila province. Surrounded by forests which turn into a fiesta of colour in the Autumn, this distinctive Castilian landscape is beautifully captured here in this panorama taken out across the fields to the valleys far beyond. Notice the large boulder rocks dotted around on the countryside. A landmark in the village is a 'tower' built on top of one of these boulders - an unusual sight.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Road: Neila de San Miguel is about 97km west of Avila (N-110) and 75km south of Salamanca (A-66). It is about 2km north of San Bartolome de Bejar and the and 4km south of Medinilla.