Natural Park of Guara's Mountains and Canyons
The Natural Park Sierra y Cañones de Guara is one of the most iconic natural sites in the Aragonese Natural Network, because of the value of its nature, culture and landscape and a large variety of recreational activities, such as rambling, canyoning, climbing, bird-watching, mountain biking, cultural visits, etc.
The Guara Natural Park is a destination to enjoy nature, within a protected site, where tourism is closely related to adventure and nature sports.
Infrastructures adapted for people with different disabilities combine nature, landscape, rambling, a variety of mountain sports, bird-watching, heritage (Alquézar, Lecina, etc.), cuisine... all within a Natural Park.
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Trasmiera Ecopark is a cultural and environmental project by Arnuero county. Arnuero is one of municipalities in the beautiful Cantabria region. The region is best known for its stunning beaches and warm climate. However, the local authorities in Arnuero wanted to broaden its appeal as a holiday destination, whilst conserving the remarkable natural environment of the County. With this in mind, they decided to launch the Ecopark, a cultural and historical hub, often referred to as ‘an open-air museum’. The park, overlooked by lush forests and hills, is a wonderful showcase of what Arnuero has to offer; great natural environment, cultural heritage and history.
Looking out over the Atlantic and flanked by the Miño river and the mountain of Santa Tegra, you will find A Guarda, one of the most traditional fishing heritage villages in Galicia, Spain. A Guarda is known as the "Capital of lobster" because of its quality seafood and beautiful coastal beaches and landscapes. A traveler coming to A Guarda will discover that over two thousand years of history have endured within the area. Its walled town, declared to be Historic-Artistic Heritage, is a significant example of Galician hill-fort culture.
The Ebro Delta
The Ebro Delta is located in the north-east of Spain. In 2009, it was awarded the title of European Tourist Destination of Excellence in protected areas. Tucked away in the hinterland of three major cities (Barcelona, Valencia and Zaragoza), Ebro Delta Nature Park is a magnificent combination of stunning scenery and ecosystems. The Ebro River and Delta are "Mother Nature's" two key ingredients in making this area the prize gem in fishing and agriculture. Tourism has recently surfaced in the region, but the local people have made it a priority to keep the natural and traditional values forever alive.
Sierra de las Nieves
Sierra de las Nieves is located in the south-west of Spain. In 2008, it was awarded the title of European Tourist Destination of Excellence in Intangible Heritage. In the province of Malaga, nine towns and districts feature natural, cultural and architectural heritage of the rural region, offering pottery workshops and thematic tours to the table olive harvest. The area’s highlights consist of a natural reserve classified as a UNESCO biosphere reserve andthe world’s biggest peridotite massif.