Pico del Tejo

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This is a set of rounded hills with no significant incidents geographical extending the terms of Requena, Chera and Siete Aguas.

The Sierra del Tejo is an anticlinal saw Jurassic-Cretaceous relief with a height of 1250 meters, the third highest in the region after the Pico Negrete in Utiel (1,310 meters) and Picarcho in Sinarcas-Tuéjar-Talayuelas (1.301 meters). This is a set of rounded hills with no significant incidents geographical extending the terms of Requena, Chera and Siete Aguas.

Easily accessible from its southern part, for the rest of the peak is surrounded by strong escarpments. The panorama offers us is splendid as we can observe some places like Requena, Utiel Chera, Cinco Pinos Peak, Pico ROPE, the St Mary Peak and Buseo Swamp.

This magnificent place has a very peculiar flora. The presence of some feet Yew (Taxus Bacatta), which gives its name to the mountains, common juniper, oaks, pines, Acirón and Mediterranean underbrush. As the presence of various wildlife found birds like the red rocker. For its geological condition, a characteristic abundant fossil known by the name of requienia Londs.

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