Natural Parks - Málaga Province

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Protected Natural Environments in Málaga Province

Malaga's largest park is the Sierras of Tejeda, Almijara and Alhama Natural Park, which straddles the Malaga-Granada provincial border and includes the dramatically beautiful mountainous region of the Axarquía, with some superb walks. At weekends, inhabitants of Malaga city escape to the shady pine forests of the Montes de Malaga Natural Park, with its rushing streams and magnificent waterfalls. Perhaps Malaga's most well known protected enclaves are the Torcal de Antequera Natural Area, a spectacularly eroded limestone landscape, and the Fuente de Piedra Natural Area, a saline lake famous for its flamingos that flock here in their thousands every spring.

Natural Parks

Montes de Málaga
Sierras of Tejeda, Almijara and Almara Natural Park
Sierra de las Nieves

Natural Areas

Guadalhorce River Estuary Natural Area
Desfiladero de los Gaitanes Natural Area
Los Reales de Sierra Bermeja Natural Area
Sierra Crestellina Natural Area
Torcal de Antequera Natural Area
Acantilados de Maro-Cerro Gordo Natural Area

Natural Reserves

Fuente de Piedra Natural Reserve
Laguna de la Ratosa Natural Reserve
Lagunas de Archidona Natural Reserve
Lagunas de Campillos Natural Reserve

Natural Monuments

El Tornillo del Torcal
Pinsapo de las Escaleretas Natural Monument
El Cañón de las Buitreras Natural Monument

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Protected Natural Environments in Andalucia, Spanish National Parks, Wildlife and Nature Reserves, conservation and protection of the Biosphere in southern Spain


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