DWG Map Zaragoza Spain

Zaragoza is a province and city located in the northeastern part of Spain, and while it is not particularly known for its national parks, it is surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes and protected areas. Here are some notable natural areas and parks in and around Zaragoza:

  1. Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park: Although not located directly in Zaragoza province, this national park is relatively close and easily accessible. It is situated in the nearby province of Huesca and offers stunning landscapes, including deep canyons, high mountains, and lush forests. The park is known for its rich biodiversity, hiking trails, and the Ordesa Valley, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  2. Sierra y Cañones de Guara Natural Park: This natural park is located to the west of Zaragoza and is famous for its impressive canyons, gorges, and limestone formations. It is a popular destination for adventure seekers, with opportunities for hiking, rock climbing, canyoning, and other outdoor activities. The park is home to diverse flora and fauna and offers beautiful scenery.
  3. Moncayo Natural Park: Moncayo is a prominent mountain in the province of Zaragoza, and the natural park surrounding it is a great destination for nature lovers. The park features a mix of forests, meadows, and rocky terrain. Moncayo is known for its rich plant life and unique geological formations, making it an interesting place for hiking and exploring.
  4. Laguna de Gallocanta: Located in the southern part of Zaragoza province, Laguna de Gallocanta is one of the most important wetlands in Spain and serves as a crucial stopover point for migratory birds. It is especially known for its large population of cranes, making it a birdwatching paradise, particularly during the migration seasons.
  5. Bardenas Reales Natural Park: Situated in the southeast of Zaragoza, Bardenas Reales is a semi-desert region with striking landscapes of eroded badlands, canyons, and unique rock formations. This park is often likened to a moonscape and has been a popular location for filming movies and commercials.

While Zaragoza may not have a designated national park within its immediate boundaries, the province offers a variety of natural areas and parks that provide opportunities for outdoor activities, nature exploration, and wildlife observation. These areas showcase the diverse natural beauty of the region and are worth exploring for those who appreciate the outdoors.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

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