This Natural Park has an abundance of volcanic cones and lava flows. It is the site of a previously quarried volcano, the Croscat, the largest in the Iberian Peninsula and 17,000 years old. It was mined between1960 and 1991 to provide the surfaces for tennis courts and running tracks. Now a Natural Park and protected it is fascinating to see...
Well with exploring. There are several volcano craters that you can hike into plus hikes through a lovely beech forest. Several towns dot the are, some worth spending a couple of hours waling around.
The best thing to do is to have a balloon ride over the volcanos, all of which are dormant.