Cherry trees in blossom in the Jerte Valley. Cáceres. © Turismo de Extremadura.

Nature

Spain has some truly exceptional natural resources. In this country –home to the second most UNESCO-designated Biosphere Reserves– you're guaranteed to find everything: lakes, mountains, volcanoes, marshes, forests, valleys, cliffs… Spain's wide diversity of landscapes will never cease to amaze you. Take a break from the daily grind, breathe deeply, and cast all your cares aside.





Nature areas

National parks

Mountains and wetlands, beaches and forests, lakes and volcanoes... Spain's National Parks are distinctive for their variety, but above all, for their outstanding ecological wealth. Would you like to get to know them better?

  • Garajonay National Park.

    Garajonay National Park.

  • Caldera de Taburiente National Park.
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    Saúl Santos. Patronato de Turismo de La Palma

    Caldera de Taburiente National Park.

  • Doñana National Park.

    Doñana National Park.


  • Cabañeros National Park.

    Cabañeros National Park.

  • Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici National Park.

    Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici National Park.

  • Teide National Park.

    Teide National Park.

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Biosphere Reserves

Spain's Biosphere Reserves are places where you'll feel especially close to the beauty and magic of nature in a very special way. Discover which spaces have the UNESCO distinction.

  • Doñana National Park.

    Doñana National Park.

  • Las Ubiñas-La Mesa Nature Reserve.

    Las Ubiñas-La Mesa Nature Reserve.

  • Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas Nature Reserve.

    Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas Nature Reserve.


  • Biosphere Reserve of the valleys of the Leza, Jubera, Cidacos and Alhama Rivers.

    Biosphere Reserve of the valleys of the Leza, Jubera, Cidacos and Alhama Rivers.

  • Babia Biosphere Reserve.

    Babia Biosphere Reserve.

  • Reserva de la Biosfera de la Cuenca Alta del Río Manzanares.

    Reserva de la Biosfera de la Cuenca Alta del Río Manzanares.

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ECST ecotourism

Ecotourism. ECST (European Charter for Sustainable Tourism) accreditation for certain natural areas.

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Tourism caves

With over 10,000 known and explored caves, Spain has a priceless natural heritage below ground. Some of these subterranean treasures are open to the public and have been specially adapted to receive visitors.

  • El Puerto Cave. Calasparra.

    El Puerto Cave. Calasparra.

  • Covalanas Cave. Ramales de la Victoria.

    Covalanas Cave. Ramales de la Victoria.

  • Hornos de la Peña Cave. San Felices de Buelna.

    Hornos de la Peña Cave. San Felices de Buelna.


  • El Chufín Cave. Rionansa.

    El Chufín Cave. Rionansa.

  • El Castillo Cave in Puente Viesgo. Puente Viesgo.

    El Castillo Cave in Puente Viesgo. Puente Viesgo.

  • El Soplao Cave. Rionansa.

    El Soplao Cave. Rionansa.

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More nature areas

In Spain you'll find a multitude of protected nature areas and spaces. Landscapes you won't want to miss, and where you're guaranteed to feel reinvigorated.

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