LA FONT DE LA NAVINA VIEWPOINT
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From this viewpoint you can see the damp lands and get to know Andorra's wild mushrooms. You can find several species depending on the time of year when you go. In the autumn you will find 'lactarius salmonicolor' from July to October the penny bun and in the spring 'morchella esculenta'.
The fir forests are also a characteristic point of this viewpoint. In Andorra most fir trees grow at altitudes of between 1,600 and 2,000 metres in the black pine forests, and have an undergrowth of lingonberry or alpenrose.
Finally, you will also enjoy the animals of the forest of conifers, which are the favourite habitat of the black woodpecker, the largest woodpecker in Europe, the Pyrenean owl and the Eurasian nuthatch. Mammals include the European pine marten and the roe deer.
This viewpoint is adapted to facilitate universal accessibility and information. It offers content in Braille, palpable reliefs and QR codes, which offer descriptions in signs language and locutions for people with visual and hearing disabilities in various languages. In addition, its design allows the access of people with reduced mobility.
You will find more information about this and other guided walking routes in the Andorra Mountain Guide.
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