Alliance of man and wilderness, Spain is the country with the largest number of biosphere reserves in the world, with a total of 52 listed by UNESCO. They occupy more than 6 million hectares, taking up 12% of the national territory.
They are wetlands (like those of La Mancha in Castilla-La Mancha), pine forests (housed in the Cuenca Alta del Manzanares park, in the Madrid region) or oaks (in the Montseny park in Catalonia).
Arid landscapes, with deserts (such as the Bardenas desert in Navarre), mobile dunes (in the Doñana national park in Andalusia) and volcanoes (Canary Islands).
Macizo de Anaga (Tenerife, Canary Islands)
Mountains, like the Cantabrian Range (and its Picos de Europa, which cross Cantabria, Castile and León, and Asturias.) and caves, both terrestrial and underwater (offered by the island of Menorca, Balearics).
Picos de Europa(Cantabria, Castile and León, Asturias)
The flora is very diverse and shelters many protected species like the imperial eagle or the Iberian lynx.
Breathe, contemplate, live in harmony with nature … Welcome to Spain …
National park of Doñana (Andalusia)