Geological Landscape

Geological Landscape. For 180 million years, this territory was covered by sea water.

The instability of the earth’s crust with powerful vertical movements and posterior advancing and receding of the water left a landscape with a great variety of rock and types of sedimentation.

From this landscape, the passing of time and the process of erosion have completed the picture of rugged relief, with singular contrasts: ravines, folds, crests, steep hills or plates.

Some places of great natural beauty: