The Guadiana River is the habitat of fish such as sturgeon, lamprey and other quality species, and the lush banks, where wolves and wild boar once roamed in abundance, are home to a wide variety of fauna.

The richness of the soil has always attracted human settlement, hence Ptolemy’s reference in 180 B.C. to the region and the richness of its city, Pax Julia. Much of the estate is located between remains of an ancient Roman castle near the Guadiana and the ancient Roman city of Vilares.

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