Behind the Pla passes the Pasquina’s path, a rural road of 2 km that goes around the hill of Jovell to go back to the houses. At the highest point you will see a plantation of truffled holm oak.
From here you can see the Pyrenees and, in the foreground, the Fred river gorges. It’s a great place to see the unique reliefs of our farm, sharpen and broken reliefs of the rocks that forms the conglomerate.
The peacefulness is assured and with a little luck, you may see a roebuck, a hare, and even a deer climbing up the rocks. These are some of the species that inhabit this area.