FAMOUS NATIONAL PARKS IN SPAIN
One of the best ways to disconnect is to get out into nature. Spain is home to many spectacular national parks, all of which with their unique offering of flora and fauna.
The national parks in Spain range from picturesque scenes of leafy green pastures, blue waterways, and dense forests, to snowcapped mountains, and arid, alpine regions.
Experience nature at its finest, join this holiday in the Spanish countryside, see rare species in their natural habitat and unwind as you explore these tranquil locations.
Flora and fauna are abundant and several parks have been cited as having some of the world’s best birds of prey watching opportunities. So don’t forget your binoculars, and get out there and explore Spain’s beautiful national parks.
How many national Parks are in Spain?
Spain is home to 15 national parks, located across the Iberian Peninsula, as well as in the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands. These parks are ideal for wildlife watching, for hiking and mountaineering, for those who love the sea and beaches, and even for winter sports lovers.
On the Iberian Peninsula you can find arid deserts and frozen glaciers. The national park network offers the best opportunities to enjoy the flora and Spanish animals alike. Many local species are only found at some of the national parks, and big conservation efforts and programs are in place.