In a previous post we spoke about the most 12 enchanting places from Andaucia, today we want to speak about the 7 most beautiful Natural Reserves of Andalucia, because here there are a lot of.
7 most beautiful Natural reserves of Andalucia
1.Parque National del Coto Donana
These important floodplains are a UNESCO Biospheric Reserve and have been a national park since 1969. The ecosystems include sand dunes, pine and cork forests, marshes, scrubland and riverbank. More than six million birds stop here on their annual migrations and fauna includes the last of the Iberian lynx population.
2. Sierra Nevada
The Spain’s highest mountains and Europe’s southernmost ski resort can be found in this national park. It’s a wonderful area for hiking, horse-riding and mountain biking.
3.Cabo de Gata-Nijar
in Almeria Province a stretch of pristine coastline has been set aside as a nature reserve, with towering rocks setting off beaches and coves. The semi- desert massif was designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1997. The zone is excellent for scuba-diving
4. Sierra de Grazalema
Some 132,200 acres of verdant wilderness were designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1984. Access is strictly controlled and is only possible on foot.
5.EI Torcal -Antequerra
Málaga Province’s most dramatic natural sight is this limestone massif, carved by the weather over countless millennia into bizarre forms. It’s a popular destination for hikers and climbers.
6. Parque Natural de la Sierra de Cardeña y Montoro
This beautiful park is home to prolific forests of holm oak, cork and pine. For the most part gently rolling, it gives way to more dramatic topography in the west. There are plenty of marked hiking trails, and it’s a good place for spotting local.
7. Sierra de Cazorla
In eastern Jaén Province, this vast and enormously diverse park is home to some 1,300 known species of flora, including 20 that are unique to the zone. Steep cliffs, deep gorges and an intricate pattern of rivers, lakes and streams typify the terrain. The landscape offers plenty of walking opportunities along marked trails.