The most impressive National Parks in SpainPosted by: admin | Posted on: August 11, 2017
Pure air, beauty and nature. Should we want to reduce ourselves between tranquility and trees, in Spain we now have the ideal destinations todo it. Glacier lakes, ravines, wetlands seen by birds from around Europe and islands that have stayed undamaged at the hands of man, are a few of the surprises that await us if we venture to know our National Parks. From the following list we propose some of these, which will leave us only openmouthed.
Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici – Lleida (Catalunya)
Located to the north of the state of Lleida, this park is characterized by an endless quantity of lakes , over 200, most notably Sant Maurici, of glacial source and located at 1,900 meters above sea level. We have to take in to consideration that by private car we could only get into the entry of the playground, through the municipalities of either Boí or even Espot , to circulate inside it we might need to take a 4×4 taxi or clinic the healthy habit of walking. Every effort will be worth it because of this park as well as lakes, and we find striking cliffs, known as Els Encantats , making this one of the most gorgeous landscapes in Catalonia. The most brave can dare to find it by performing the renowned Carros de Foc course,
Cabrera Archipelago – Palma de Mallorca (Balearic Islands).
A tad bit more than an hour by the south east of Mallorca is your Cabrera Archipelago, formed by a main island, Cabrera Gran, as well as 18 small islets. It is the very best example in Spain of an island ecosystem maybe not changed from the hands of man, allowing us to have the idea of its attractiveness. In the playground we find important colonies of sea birds, endemic species and among the best sea bed of the Spanish shore, reason why the accessibility to tourist boats into the zone is fixed, in reality, if we want to use our specific vessel we must ask a Special consent. It is a joy to stroll through this park with no dash, which makes us to surprise from seas, coves,
Cabañeros – Ciudad Real and Toledo (Castilla-La Mancha)
Located in the middle of the Iberian Peninsula, Monte Aloia Nature Park is probably one of the most valuable protected corners of the Montes de Toledo, surrounded by threatened Iberian fauna and fossils more than 500 million yrs of age. Despite having been on the brink of turning into a shooting range, its mountain ranges and massifs covered with Mediterranean forest and Scrub land now shelter a wonderful assortment of mammals and birds, among them the Iberian imperial eagle , black vulture, roe deer or wild pig. The hand of this man has profiled here a curious landscape of plains, older rid meadows for its farming of cereals, adjacent to great mountain structures completely coated of woods and wash perfectly preserved.