Piletas Naturales de Aguas Verdes is a popular site in Valle de Santa Inés, situated in the province of Almería in Andalusia, Spain. The main highlight is a series of small, clear blue freshwater pools connected by natural waterfalls. Cascades of water stream from a nearby spring, separating the pools from one another. Visitors can go for a dip in the refreshingly cold water, or simply relax and take in the stunning views of the rugged cliffs and surrounding countryside. Trails lead through the region's stunning pine tree forests where you can observe red-billed choughs, booted eagles, and other native birds. The area is also home to several archaeological sites and abandoned mines, making it an interesting destination to explore. The nearby village of Santa Inés can provide basic amenities like restaurants and shops while nearby Cabo de Gata offers plenty of accommodation options.