Volcano located in the Campo de Calatrava area, Spain.
The Volcano De La Herradura (38º-50'-50 "N / 3rd-43'-50" W), also called Cerro de la Estrella, is northeast of Cerro Gordo. It emitted radio monogenetic lava flows from the centre opened at the level of the summits, being its lavas olivine basalt. The cone is formed by pyroclastic falls, with a high percentage of pumps. The flows are mainly directed to the east. In the west there is a subeliptic depression, generated in phreatomagmatic eruptions.