Natural and National Parks
The Garrotxa's Volcanic Zone Natural Park
The Garrotxa's Volcanic Zone is the best example of volcanic terrain on the Iberian Peninsula. It has 40 volcanic cones and more than 20 lava flows.
Natural Park of Aiguamolls de l'Empordà
Area of interest for bird-watchers
The cadí-Moixeró Natural park
The Natural Park, a mountainous region, lies between an altitude of 800 m from the lowest valley bed and 2,648 m at the top of the canal Baridana, and it is considered to be of great interest for its wide diversity in geology, vegetation and fauna.
Aigüestortes and Estany de Sant Maurici National Park
This is the only national park in Catalonia. The high-mountain landscape has an impressive relief and a wealth of flora and fauna. The main feature of the area is water, with close to 200 lakes and countless streams.
Cap de Creus Natural park
The cape of Creus peninsula is located in the eastern most part of the Iberian peninsula, halfway between the district towns of Cadaqués, Port de la Selva, Selva de Mar, Llançà, Vilajuïga, Pau, Palau-saverdera and Roses.
The Ebro Delta Natural Park
The uniqueness of the delta can be seen in its geography and natural environment, and also in its local traditions, culture, architectural heritage and history.
Montserrat Natural Park
Montserrat is one of the greatest symbols of Catalonia, that from being a religious centre has become a bastion of Catalan identity, without ignoring the natural environment and its characteristic structure of rounded and abrupt rocks and needles.