National Parks in Andalucia, southern Spain
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There are the following National Parks in Andalucia

Huelva province - Donana National Park - Situated in a triangle between Cadiz, Sevilla and Huelva, this is the largest and most important wetland area in Spain, amounting to over 1,300 sq Km.

Granada province - Sierra Nevada - Covering 86,000 Ha and including the two highest peaks of mainland Spain.

We have details of the following Natural Parks in Andalucia

Almeria province - Cabo de Gata - An area of volcanic rock formations on the Costa de Almeria coastline.

Cadiz province - Los Alcornocales Nature Park - 170,000 Ha of Cork forest (one of the worlds largest) straddling the borders of Cadiz and Malaga.

Cadiz province - Sierra de Grazalema Park - The highest rainfall in the Iberian peninsula has shaped this landscape where there are forest of Spanish Pine and over 1300 other plant species, including some that are unique.

Granada province - Alpujarras - A unique area situated between the Sierra Nevada mountains and the Costa Tropical coastline, shaped by the Moors before their removal in the 16th century, encompassing around 50 villages.

Jaen province - Cazorla Natural Park - The largest protected area in Spain, covering approximately 1 fifth of the area of Jaen province, and home to some stunning scenery.

Malaga province - Sierra de las Nieves - Covering 18,000 Ha with some of the deepest caves in the world, forests of the rare Spanish Pine, and 90 species of birds breeding here in the backdrop to Marbella.

Malaga province - Montes de Malaga Natural Park - 47 sq Km of mountains upto 1000m high, adjacent to the northern edge of Malaga city.

Malaga province - Sierras de Tejeda Almijara y Alhama - An area of over 40,000 Ha rugged limestone mountains rising to just over 2000m above sea level, running down to the eastern Costa del Sol coastline.