Parques Naturales en Comunidad Valenciana (EN)

  • This protected nature area occupies the Menejador sierra (1,352m) in the municipal areas of Alcoi and Ibi. Its east-west orientation accentuates the contrasts...

  • This natural spot, situated inland in the province of Valencia, is included within the districts of Chera and Sot de Chera. With a surface area of 6,451.17 hectares...

  • This coastal range of mountains, rising up from the otherwise flat La Plana district, extends through the municipal areas of Benicàssim, Borriol, Castellón de la...

  • The Cabriel river divides Valencian and Castilian regions for 50 km., from the Contreras damm to its confluence with the Xúquer river in Cofrentes. The wavy river...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • The Sierra Mariola is basically a limestone massif located on the borders of the towns of Agres, Alfafara, Alcoi, Banyeres de Mariola, Bocairent, and Cocentaina...

  • 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...

  • Near the ancient wetlands outside Santa Pola, salt has been mined since the beginning of the 20th C at Braç del Port, El Pinet, etc., contributing to changes along...

  • Serra Gelada Natural Park is 5,653,92 hectares, of which 4,908,95 are marine environment, and 744.97 are land consisting of the towns of Benidorm, l`Alfás del Pí and...

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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......

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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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