Leaving the sierras we enter the mountainous zone. We make two big parts: the oak and the holm oak. We have three large north-facing valleys of considerable average altitude, above 650 meters.
The good rainfall and the slate soil allow these areas to alternate goat, sheep, cow and black guarro herds with cherry and chestnut tree farms. The intricacy or twists and turns of some valleys keep the hand of man away, leaving large areas that can be considered “wild”.