Río Pesquera River Walk

The Río Pesquera is a river running near the hilltop town of Zagra in the Granada province of Andalucia, Spain.  The Río Pesquera joins into Lake Iznajar which is the largest lake in Andalucia and extends far into the Cordórba province.  There are great circular walking routes all around this area, a wonderful place to go for a family walk

Walking along the dried up river bed it is hard to believe that, with enough rain, the river swells to fill this grass and mud encrusted valley.  No matter how little rain there has been, the river still carries on its destiny and continues to power though and find its way to Lake Iznajar.

In full flow this powerful river leaves behind a few treasures, shoes, lots of shoes, bottles, plastic, rubbish and the odd fallen tree.  The boys had a great time learning to balance on the water and sun-bleached tree, a fantasic place for a picnic and photo opportunity.




10 Comments Add yours

  1. These are incredibly beautiful photos… enjoy Spain. #MySundayPhoto

  2. Ruth Anne says:

    These are gorgeous! It’s hard to imagine a river flowing in that spot.

  3. Tara says:

    Beautiful photos. I love the B&W ones especially. #MySundayPhoto

  4. Beautiful photos, I love the first one in B&W

    Thank you for linking up

  5. Great pictures, I want to jump on that log and walk round the lake now

  6. What a great place to explore #MySundayPhoto

  7. Notmyyearoff says:

    I ant imagine the river in full flow there but it looks like a brilliant place for a picnic!

  8. Coombe Mill says:

    Love the natural play equipment you found! Gorgeous scenery, easy to while a way the time somewhere this beautiful..

  9. These are all such beautiful photos #MySundayPhoto

  10. That have to be great walk ! 😀

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