We have details including location maps of the following National or Natural (nature) Parks in the selected map area.
Cabaneros National Park, 41,000 Ha of varied landscape which some have described as African in nature - a birdwatchers paradise, particularly for birds of prey .
Tablas de Daimiel National Park, A unique wetland on the migration route for many waterfowl.
Sierra Nevada, Covering 86,000 Ha and including the two highest peaks of mainland Spain.
Natural (Nature) Parks
Las Lagunas de la Mata y Torrevieja, Adjacent to Torrevieja, the oldest and largest salt lakes in Europe, home to a wide variety of birds.
Cabo de Gata, An area of volcanic rock formations on the Costa de Almeria coastline.
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.
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.
Montes de Malaga Natural Park, 47 sq Km of mountains upto 1000m high, adjacent to the northern edge of Malaga city.
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.
Sierra de Espuna, A mostly forested park offering a contrast of terrain in this dry region.
Albufera Natural Park, Running south almost from the outskirts of Valencia, these wetlands have been the site of rice production for Valencias famous dish, the paella and provides some important aquatic habitats.