Nature in the Region of Valencia

The Region of Valencia lives side by side in perfect harmony with nature. The provinces of Alicante, Valencia and Castellón are home to diverse ecosystems, with unique flora and fauna in the Mediterranean. A landscape dotted with hills and mountains, forests, islands and wetlands, offering incredible contrasts. Over twenty protected spaces to enjoy nature in its different expressions, from the fascinating marine reserve in the Columbretes Islands, to the verdant peaks of the Sierra Calderona, and not forgetting the charming imprint left by the rice fields and fishermen in La Albufera Natural Park in Valencia. Prepare for the adventure of rural tourism, try your hand at a number of thrilling activities and discover routes that will lead you to some surprising accommodation. Experience nature in its purest form.

Espacios naturales de la Comunitat Valenciana
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Photo Parque Natural de La Tinença de Benifassà
The Natural Park of la Tinença de Benifassà stretches between the regions of Els Ports and El Baix Maestrat, in Castellón.The ancient possessions of the Benifassà monastery extend across a...
Img 1: The Columbretes Islands Nature Reserve
This is one of the points of major interest along the western Mediterranean coast, specifically the Castellón coastline, due to its unique character and its rich land and sea ecosystems. The...
Img 1: Sierra Calderona Nature  Park
The Calderona sierra is a constant backdrop for scenery in the Valencian districts of L'Horta, El Camp de Túria, and El Camp de Morvedre. It serves as a dividing line between the Palancia river basin...
Img 1: La  Albufera Nature Park
Lying to the south of the city of Valencia, the Albufera freshwater lagoon is one of the most important nature areas in the Land of Valencia. A slim strip of coastline protects it from the sea, and...
Img 1: The Montgo Mountain Nature Park
An imposing limestone massif called the Montgó mountain rises up 753m from the plain between Dénia and Jávea. It connects to the San Antonio cape via a ridge known as Les Planes, which is the site of...
Img 1: The Aitana Sierra and el Puig Campana
Between the districts of La Marina and l'Alcoià-Comtat lies this imposing limestone mountain range located close to the coast. Its cliff faces, pinnacles and peaks carved in limestone give the...
Img 1: La Mata and Torrevieja Lagoons Nature Park
Extending all the way across the municipal areas of Torrevieja, Los Montesinos and Guardamar del Segura are the La Mata and Torrevieja lagoons, which are still used for salt extraction, as they have...
Img 1: Tabarca  Island Reserve Marine
Tabarca is situated at about three miles to the south-east of the Cape of Santa Pola and about eight miles from the city of Alicante, the municipality to which it belongs. It is 2 kilometres long and...
Img 1: Sierra de Irta Nature Reserve
La Sierra de Irta is located at the northern end of the Valencia Region, between the municipalities of Alcalà de Xivert, Santa Magdalena de Pulpis and Peñíscola. With typically Mediterranean flora...
Img 1: JARDINES DE MONFORTE
The Monforte Gardens are listed as a National Artistic Treasure and are considered the most beautiful gardens in Spain. They are laid out in Neoclassical style with Romantic corners, containing fine...
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