With 40 inactive volcanoes and over 20 basalt lava flows is the best example of volcanic landscape in the Iberian Peninsula.
It extends to the high valleys of Ter and Freser rivers, around the enclaves of Nuria and Ulldeter, bordering the Regional Natural Park of the Catalan Pyrenees.
Alt Pirineu Natural Park is the largest of its kind in Catalonia, covering an area of nearly 70,000 hectares.
The only National Park in Catalonia. This is the most genuine representation of the high Pyrenees, and is unique for its majestic landscapes and rich flora and fauna.
The park covers an area of over 40,000 hectares, and includes Alt Urgell, Cerdanya, and Berguedà Counties.
The Delta del Ebre is the largest wetland in Catalonia, with an area of 320 km2. It is one of the most important aquatic habitats in the western Mediterranean.
Protected natural area where the only « roure reboll » (oak) community in Catalonia is located. Within the Place is the monastery of Santa Maria de Poblet.
Montsant, a mountain of high symbolism, offers through its landscape the trace of human activity linked to an important natural heritage.
Una gran part del seu territori és inclosa dins dels límits del Parc natural del Cadí-Moixeró. La resta del territori ha estat declarat espai d'interès natural.
It includes the Boumort, Carreu, Cuberes and Batsacans mountain ranges. The main attraction on the reserve is the large population of fawns and vultures.
Catalonia has a great diversity of natural spaces within a very small territory. Each one has its own characteristics that make them unique. Come and discover them.