The proposed route takes us to various points of historical interest located near Viver, in the area of the Palancia River. Although the route is short in terms of walking, will deal a good time to visit the area and enjoy its landscapes or views. We use old roads, although most of them are currently suitable for vehicles and paved, but transited only in local use./h4>
The Tower, which is quite destroyed, still has a strong base seated on a large stone slabs. Surely it is a building of Arab origin of the twelfth century whose mission was monitoring a step above the river. From here we are offered a splendid view. Viver north, behind the mountain of San Roque. A little more to the right highlights the Caves of Sargal, and in between we can guess the Caves or Corrales de Gallur. We have the mountains east of La Muela, with its watchtower. Southbound have a small hill known as Cerro del Grillo. But most of all have a splendid view over the orchards of Viver from which we can enjoy placidly.
From the tower, let down between some fields of abandoned olive trees, towards the watchtower Muela Mountain. When we reached slabs stones with holm, we look to the left a deteriorating path that goes between fields. Soon we come to a crossroads of land, take the second right going down, and that has small cobbled sections. Below it is a narrow path but in good condition, bordering a care field, as we walk in the shade of holm oaks. We reach a paved track (River Road), parallel to the river, and continue to the right. About 200 meters we reached the ruins next to the river: the old Factory of Light, now abandoned and quite shabby. To make matters worse the place was used as a waste dump. In the factory we can still see the old irrigation ditch, and the highest waterfall used to drive turbines.
From the Factory of Light and return go back to the way back down towards Viver, until we reached the place of Sargal, with its copious fountain, caves inhabited in prehistoric times, and places for recreation.
To return to Viver we will use the old way of "Ponton" or "river" of which a very interesting part is preserved. We came back where we arrived, we pass aSargal stone signal, and about 20 meters ahead on the right we find a road that runs between two high walls of rough stone, and along which runs a ditch. We came to a leafy corner and water. We follow the old road, which climb winding between two walls of rough stone. Careful not to go down a path to the left, but rather follow the path with slabs marking the route. We passed over Gallur pens that take advantage of some small caves in the stone, which highlight some curious natural stone columns. Soon we reach a dirt road, we take the right, then the path of Oliveral (asphalt), which on the right leads to Viver, entering the Chorrillo park.