The pine forests
Alameda del Valle (as well as the rest of the towns that make up the Lozoya Valley and when the altitude and soil type allow it) has large areas of pine forest (Pinus sylvestris), a large species that can reach 40 meters high and characterized by the orange color of its bark on the upper part of the trunk and its needles glaucous or bluish green.
The pine tree is a tree, which undoubtedly characterizes the slopes of these mountains, is commonly accompanied by junipers (Juniperus communis) and protected species such as holly (Ilex aquifolium) or yew (Taxus baccata). An environment in which countless birds, wild boar and roe deer hunt.
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