El Cantal forest park is an extensive green zone equipped with children’s areas, three viewpoints, picnic areas, a large pedestrian walkway, walking trails and informative panels that display the fauna and flora of the region. Covering 15,000 square metres, it’s home to 140 species of trees and shrubs, and is the ideal destination for family and leisure activities.

El Cantal forest park is also home to three grand viewpoints situated on a great stairway that connects the forest park with the Archeological Park, thus becoming a meeting point for both residents and visitors in Rincón de la Victoria.

Additionally, the park functions as a sustainable water source since excess water from the drinking fountain does not go to the normal sewer, but instead is used to water the trees and plant life that populate the area. The fountain was designed by local sculptor Salvador Escaño. Finally, the park has been adapted to be accessible for all and its light sources are powered by solar energy.