THE "PINO DE LA HIGUERA"
We find ourselves at Can Miralls, under the Puig de Boer or Can Toni (182m). An abandoned farmhouse, like many other waste lands deep in the massif, which couldn't adapt to the new ways of life. Next to it we find this example of a stone pine (Pinus Pinea), of local interest, known by the name of Pi de la Figuera (Fig Pine), possible due to its low, horizontal trunks. We can see the typical tree top in the shape of an umbrella, typical of these pines. It may be as old as three hundred years. The stump measures 3.67m. The top is 23m. They say it would produce up to 15 sacks of pine cones.