Natural Parks in Cadiz
If you are an enthusiast of admirirng splendid landscapes, hearing the sound of the leaves brushed by the gentle wind, the flight of the birds above your head or impregnated with the scents of the land, without a doubt, the Province of Cádiz is an ideal place to spend your holidays and enjoy the great amount of Natural Parks that our region has.
From Natural Parks located in the mountains, such as “Sierra de Grazalema” or “Alcornocales”, where you can enjoy fantastic walks with the sound of rivers in the background, looking out towards the sea. Passing the coastal “Bay of Cadiz”, where you can enjoy some unspoilt beach or beautiful walks through the salt marshes at sunset. Among others, such as the Natural Park of Doñana, reserve where there are many types of animals, especially birds, who migrate for the great climate of our region.
Places where you can observe the protected chameleon, the griffon vulture, the hawk, the deer, the roe deer, the meloncillo, flamingos, the hawk, among others; Endangered species such as the imperial eagle, the Iberian lynx or the black stork and, finally, plant species such as the pinsapo, pines, olive trees …
In “Destino Cádiz” you will find the most complete information about the Natural Park Sierra de Grazalema, Natural Park los Alcornocales, Natural Park Bay of Cadiz, Natural Park de la Breña and Marismas de Barbate, Natural Park Entorno de Doñana and Natural Park of the Estrecho.
Los AlcornocalesJerez de la Frontera, Algeciras, Algar, Benalup-Casas Viejas, Arcos de la Frontera, Castellar de la Frontera, Alcalá de los Gazules, Benaocaz, El Bosque, Los Barrios, San José del Valle, Medina Sidonia, Jimena de la Frontera,Prado del Rey, Tarifa, Ubrique
It is the natural jewel of the province of Cadiz. It extends between the provinces of Cadiz and Malaga and consists of one of the largest cork oak forests in the world.
Sierra de GrazalemaPrado del Rey, Villaluenga del Rosario, El Gastor, Benaocaz, Algodonales, Grazalema, El Bosque,Zahara de la Sierra, Ubrique
It is one of the most valuable ecological areas in the southern peninsula and therefore of great importance in the rest of the territory. It is considered a Biosphere Reserve (UNESCO ) and Special Protection Area for Birds.
Entorno de DoñanaSanlúcar de Barrameda, Trebujena
It has great diversity of ecosystems and it is located very close to the National Park of Doñana, considered as the largest ecological reserve in Europe.
La Breña y Marismas del BarbateVejer de la Frontera, Barbate
It has a pine forest that extends to the coast cut off by impressive cliffs, reaching over one hundred meters high at some points. It includes within it, a rich sea fishing area.
Bahía de CádizCadiz
It is situated on a large area of wetlands. The special ecological characteristics of the area are given by the influence of the nearby ocean and the mild Mediterranean climate.