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Natural parks Valencian Community | The best natural parks in Alicante to visit this fall


Natural parks Valencian Community | The best natural parks in Alicante to visit this fall
TONY SEVILLA

The natural wealth of the Valencian Community is present in the numerous natural parks that we can find distributed in our geography. Beyond the beach and its towns, in the Community there are also wonderful parks natural that worth visiting. But what exactly must a A natural space to be worthy of this distinction? a natural Park it is not just a space surrounded by nature; is an area, maritime or land, characterized by having been little (or nothing) manipulated by human action and that stands out for its scenery, biological or by their individuals formations geological. In addition, they usually enjoy a special protection. In the Community we have many spectacular places to visit.

Which are the natural parks from Alicante?

If you are looking for a rural getaway for connect with nature, then we present you seven of the most spectacular natural parks in our province:

Natural parks Valencian Community | Font Roja Natural Park


Font Roja Natural Park

The Font Roja Natural Park is located between Alcoy and Ibi. It is a space highly valued and loved by the neighbors where the vegetation is especially well preserved. Its mixed forest of holm oaks and gall oak serves as a refuge for numerous groups of fauna such as the gato mounted, the wild pig, the badger, the marten or the weasel. In addition, it is highly recommended to visit some of its jewels of traditional architecture like the sanctuary or the Nevera Coloma.

Natural parks Valencian Community | Sierra de Mariola Natural Park


Serra Mariola Natural Park

Its rich landscape, the result of the traditional use of the natural resources; its important aquifers, which give rise to abundant sources and springs; or the plant population, dominated by species such as holm oaks, fresnos floridos, maples or yew trees, in which many aromatic and medicinal plants; motivated the protection of the almost 17,000 hectares of Serra Mariola in its declaration as a Natural Park in January 2002. In addition, within its limits you can visit the Font de la Coveta the birth of Vinalopó River: a spring that gushes from inside a small cave.

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Natural parks Valencian Community | El Hondo Natural Park


El Hondo Natural Park

El Hondo Natural Park is located between Crevillente and Elche. Offers a great natural lagoon, completed with a series of ponds and salt marshes immersed in a horizon of crops and palm groves. In addition, it is classified as Special Protection Area for Birds (ZEPA) and has several gateways and observatories that allow the visitor to know various corners of the park and observe the activity of the numerous birds, such as the flamencos, (172 species have been counted) both in the reservoirs as in the heavens, where you can admire extraordinary sunsets. In recent times it is also home to several families of otters.

Natural parks Valencian Community | Lagunas de la Mata-Torrevieja Natural Park


Lagunas de la Mata-Torrevieja Natural Park

Las Lagunas de la Mata-Torrevieja is a place in the province of Alicante where it is worth taking a walk. This natural park has a nice trail, without slopes well signposted, full of vegetation and rest areas, picnic, viewpoints and bird observatories. The salt exploitation which takes place in the Torrevieja lagoon, allows the maintenance of this spectacular natural park formed by kermes oak, mastic or Aleppo pine.

Natural parks Valencian Community | El Montgó Natural Park


El Montgó Natural Park

The Montgó, declared a Natural Park in 1987, it covers an area of ​​2,117.68 hectares between the municipalities of Denia and Xàbia and rises up to 753 meters of altitude. Witness of the passage of man since ancient times has a high cultural and archaeological value. It stands out for its more than 650 species of flora. The Montgó reaches the sea at Cabo de San Antonio, which at its feet shelters the Natural Reserve of the Ocean floors It bears his name, declared in 1994 due to the importance of its funds and the biodiversity they house. This set forms one of the most spectacular landscapes of the Valencian coastline.

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Natural parks Valencian Community | Serra Gelada Natural Park


Serra Gelada Natural Park

Between the bays of Benidorm and Alfàs-Altea we found the mountainous elevation from cold saw, one of the most unique examples of Valencian coastal mountain ranges. This mountain range and the seabed that surround it make up a set of ecosystems of incalculable ecological and environmental value, which together with the cultural and historical richness of its surroundings, led to its declaration in March 2005 as a maritime-terrestrial Natural Park, the first of its category. By having a marine and a terrestrial environment, the animal diversity that can be observed within the park is very wide, encompassing all the large groups of fauna, from small invertebrates through fish to large mammals. East A natural space It is also home to one of the few populations of Bottlenose dolphin (Turciops truncatus), settled in the waters of the peninsula. It is a family group that swims and feeds quite often in the area, included within a broader territory that probably encompasses the entire coastline of the province of Alicante.

Natural parks Valencian Community | Marjal de Pego-Oliva Natural Park


Natural Park of La Marjal de Pego-Oliva

The Marjal de Pego-Oliva Natural Park It is a humid area located between the provinces of Valencia and Alicante, in the municipalities of Oliva and Pego, with an area of ​​1,255 hectares. East marjal it is located in the center of the mountainous horseshoe formed by the Mostalla, Migdia i Segària mountain ranges. Its main characteristics are a great biodiversity and the excellent quality of its waters, as well as its quantity. There are two main rivers that run through the marsh: the Bullent or Vedat, in the northern part, and the Racons or Molinell, in the south. In addition, we find numerous tributaries and springs, the latter known in the area as “ullals”. The Marjal de Pego-Oliva Natural Park it is of great importance with regard to the fauna it houses. The disappearance of a large part of the humid areas of the Mediterranean coast over the last centuries makes, nowadays, the animals that use these habitats are true rarities.

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