Sierra de Cazorla Natural Park
Situated in Spain’s Jaen Province, the massive Sierra de Cazorla Natural Park is the largest protected area in the country. Characterised by striking limestone cliffs, towering mountains and abundant waters, the park is a favourite among visitors to the country. Bright turquoise pools surrounded by jungle and fed by sparkling waterfalls make excellent rewards for hikers. It is also an important location for migratory birds, making it a fantastic place to watch the mesmerising creatures arrive and play and a top location for spotting Golden Eagles, Griffon Vultures, and others. Activities on offer include hiking, mountain biking, horse riding, four-wheel-drive excursions, climbing, caving, canoeing, paragliding, hang-gliding and fishing. Animal lovers can look forward to seeing a diversity of deer, Spanish ibex, wild boars, and many other species.