Cadiz Natural Reserves
Bahía de Cádiz natural park
This central area on the Atlantic coast of Cadiz stretches some 10,000 hectares. The special ecological characteristics of this wet zone are due to its proximity to the ocean and the mild Mediterranean climate.
Acantilado y Pinar de Barbate Natural Park
The Acantilado y Pinar de Barbate naturl park looks out onto the Atlantic and over time the easterly winds have shaped it's landscape. Its pine forest stretches down to the coast and is marked by impressive cliffs.
Los Alcornocales Natural Park
Los Alcornocales natural park contains the greatest amount of cork trees (alcornoques) of the Iberian Peninsula and of the world. This park is in between the provinces of Cadiz and Malaga.
Sierra de Grazalema natural park
A declared Reserve of the Biosphere by UNESCO, this park to the northeast of Cadiz and to the northwest of Malaga, has the best Spanish fir in the country. It fluctuates between an altitude of 250 and 1654m above sea level.
Natural Place Cola del Embalse de Arcos
This natural park is a beautiful place on route to Pueblos Blancos a few kilometers from Arcos de la Frontera. It has great ornithological value because it is a prime area for birds to build their nests during winter.
Natural Monuments in Cádiz province.
These natural areas and monuments in Cádiz, such as the Tómbolo of Trafalgar, the Corrals of Rota and the Bolonia Dune, are known for their rare beauty and should have official recognition.
Natural Place Los Lances Beach
This beach has great ecological importance because many different species of birds gather here to wait for suitable wind conditions to cross the strip of water between the Straits of Gibraltar and the African coast.