4 Images of Cap de Creus Natural Park
The Cap de Creus is the most easterly point of Spain and the Iberian peninsular, representing the easterly end of the Pyrenees mountains dissappearing into the sea. Notable towns on the edge of the park are El Port de la Selva, Cadaques, and Roses
The park includes an area of nearly 14,000Ha (54 sq miles). Approximately one third of the park is sea, while the land forms rugged coves and rises to a height of over 600m (2000ft). The sea is particularly clear here adding to the attractiveness of the coastline while further inland you will find meadows and pine trees.
There is some unique flora and fauna in this area which will appeal to walkers and bird watchers.
Within the park, the San Pere de Rodes Monestry is located, said to be one ofthe best examples of Roanesque architecture in Spain.
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