It is the last geological and cultural step between Cáceres and Badajoz, a mixture of a little bit of everything, which provides an unusual biodiversity. Dehesas de Toros Bravos and cereal fields share the spaces.
The Búrdalo River and the Arroyo Caballeros are the fluvial references, with large summer low flows, supporting a large number of wild and domestic species.
The lowest elevation comprises part of a river valley formed by red soils, clays and boulders. It is a flat horizon