On the banks of the river Caima, taking advantage of the confluence of several tributaries extends for several kilometers, a mixed forest with deciduous and evergreen tree species. Here dominates the pedunculate oak, chestnut, cherry, bay laurel, the common holly, hazel, cork, laurestine and the strawberry tree. The flora shows the tutsan, the blue-eyed mary, columbine, the seal of solomon and primrose. The birdlife is abundant here, and the colorful bullfinch can be heard and sometimes seen among the foliage. Closer to the river gold-striped salamander thrives and the common kingfisher feeds on small fish. This is a land of mushrooms, with the tasty golden chanterelle grooving the dark earth of these humid forests.