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Málaga Natural Reserves

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.

Sierras de Tejeda - Almijara y Alhama natural park
The 40,600 hectares of Tejeda, Almijara and Alhama Sierras Natural Park (Parque Natural Sierras de Tejeda, Almijara y Alhama), is an impressive mountainous mass which forms a geographical barrier between the provinces of Malaga and Granada.

El Torcal de Antequera
It is a beautiful zone characterized by a kárstica formation which is marked by a labyrinth of alleys, passages and blocks of different shaped rocks.

Natural Place Desfiladero de los Gaitanes: El Chorro
This impressive gorge, declared a place of natural beauty, is where the Guadalhorce river passes through great stratified limestone plates which reach up to a height of 400 metres.

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 Park Sierra de las Nieves
This natural park is located in the mountainous region of Ronda, in the province of Malaga. Its mountainous territory is etched by deep ravines and spectacular sheer drops such as la Caina.

Montes de Málaga natural park
With its particular hill formation and small valleys littered with pines, this park has its own beauty that makes it different from other mountainous areas.

Laguna de Fuente de Piedra nature reserve
Is the most extensive lagoon in Andalusia. It has the largest colony of flamingos in the entire Iberian Peninsula. It is the second most important in Europe after the Camargue in France.

Natural Place Reales de Sierra Bermeja
It is a splendid amphitheatre of las sierras béticas which stretches from the Costa del Sol from Marbella to Estepona.It was formed by crystalline rocks that were perforated by a powerful erruption.

Natural Monuments of Málaga province
These natural areas and monuments in Málaga are renowned for their rare beauty and should be officially protected.

The Risco
Calcárea mountain range integrated in the Serranía de Ronda, constituting a torcal of seemed characteristic to the one of Antequera, and adopting stones infinity of strangers and capricious forms.

Tajos de Alfarnatejo
The surroundings of the municipality of Alfarnatejo are integrated by the most spectacular Edges of the province of Malaga, that are the one of Gómer, the one of Doña Ana, and the Alto del Fraile.

Pine groves of Torremolinos
In the Pine groves of Torremolinos springs known in all Andalusia by the quality of their waters exist and at the present time they are four: the one of San jOse, the one of the Pellejera, Inca and Spring of the King.

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