The Embalse de Yesa, located in Escó, Spain, is a reservoir founded in the 1950s when a dam was built on the River Ebro. The area is known for its scenic beauty, as well as its biodiversity-rich forest and wetlands. It is also widely popular amongst birdwatchers, as a large number of species are present in the area, including raptors, waterfowl and migratory species. The reservoir provides plenty of activities for visitors, including boating and fishing. You can also take a stroll down the promenade and admire the stunning views. Moreover, the reservoir is surrounded by breathtaking mountains and hills, making it an ideal spot for hikers.
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