Discover the natural richness of Andalusia. Natural and National Parks, Protected Reservoirs and the best landscapes. Enjoy it.

Andalusia is rich in natural heritage. Its awe-inspiring Natural Parks, the native flora and fauna and the unbelievably mild climate conditions are Andalusia’s most noteworthy features.

Take a look at our blog about nature in Andalusia and discover the Natural Parks you can’t miss out on, as well as the natural environment that characterises Andalusia.

The Best Natural Hot Springs in Granada

Granada offers as many as 70 places to enjoy the hot springs and practice wellness tourism, many of which are free. Read this article if you want to know which hot springs in Granada you shouldn’t miss out on.  The natural hot springs in Granada have been a healing resource for ages, ever since the…

Sierra de Hornachuelos Natural Park in Cordoba

The Sierra de Hornachuelos Natural Park extends for 60,032 hectares in the province of Cordoba, being one of the most charming natural spaces in Andalucia. You won’t want to miss it if you love nature and hiking! The Sierra de Hornachuelos, which was declared Natural Park in 1989, lies in the northern area of the…

Birdwatching in Malaga: the best places in the province

You’ll be happy to know there are various places to do birdwatching in Malaga province, especially if you’re a lover of this activity. Striking Andalucia is one of raptor and migratory birds’ favourite spot to live in Europe. You may be surprised to know that Andalucia welcomes some of the most significant colonies of endangered…

Sierra Norte Natural Park in Seville

Find out the Sierra Norte Natural Park, the biggest protected area in the province of Seville The Sierra Norte Natural Park stretches 1,775 square km north of Seville, bordering the Spanish Autonomous Region of Extremadura on the north and the Sierra de Hornachuelos natural park on the east. It houses ten villages, characterised by spectacular…

Cabo de Gata Natural Park in Almeria

Mainly known for its breathtaking landscapes, the Cabo de Gata Natural Park also relies on picturesque towns. Discover what to do in this part of Almeria province. The volcano-originated Cabo de Gata Natural Park is Andalucia’s first Maritime-Terrestrial protected park and it was declared Biosphere Reserve by the UNESCO in 1997. It is provided with…

Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park

The Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park will soon be declared National Park.Discover the characteristics of this particular area in Malaga province. The 300 square-kilometre-wide Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park is located in the middle of Malaga province, being only 58 the kilometres that separate it from the capital city on the west. This…

Tabernas Desert: Hollywood landscape in Spain

The Tabernas Desert is the Hollywood landscape of Spain. Immerse yourself in its breathtaking landscapes and its cinematographic history. The Tabernas Desert’s 280 square kilometres lie 30 km north of the city of Almeria, whose province is known to be the driest region of Europe. However, more than one climate characterises the area. In fact,…

Sierra Nevada National Park

Let the majestic landscapes of the Sierra Nevada National Park leave you mesmerised. The Sierra Nevada National Park is Spain’s largest national park, being 862 square-km, and it owns the most southern glaciers of Europe. No wonder, then, that this park is the ski lovers’ favourite destination, as well as hikers, who here can discover…

Montes de Malaga Natural Park

The Montes de Malaga Natural Park is the closest protected area to the capital city of the Costa del Sol. Discover what you can do in this part of the province of Malaga. The almost-5,,000-hectare wide Montes de Malaga Natural Park is one of the natural parks of Andalucia. Located in the hills 5 kilometres…

Natural park of Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas in Jaen

Discover Jaen’s Natural Park of Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas, the biggest protected area in Spain! The Natural Park of Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas encompasses 2143 km2 and 26 towns of Jaen province’s eastern side. It is Spain’s largest protected area and Europe’s second biggest area with endemic vegetable species.…