The source of the Cuervo River is located in the mountainous region of the Province of Cuenca (Serranía de Cuenca), at about 80 km from the city of Cuenca. It is very close to the Vega del Codorno, a place we visited on our motorbike trip through the Serranía de Cuenca. From Cuenca and Villalba de la Sierra, one can get there via Uña and La Toba; from Teruel or Guadalajara, via Tragacete and Beteta.
It is a spot of great natural beauty that is inside the mountainous region, with waterfalls falling in between cornices and creating great contrasts in the forest landscape and near the source. In order to get to the cave where the water pours out and to the source of the Cuervo River, one has to walk from the mountain path that goes through the woods and along the bank of the river until it ends at about 1,500 meters away from the parking lot, where the spring is to be found.