Cabo de Gata
Cabo de Gata

The Cabo de Gata-Níjar Natural Park, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and World Geopark, is a park of volcanic origin and the largest protected area of ecological relevance in the whole of the European Western Mediterranean. Thanks to its semi-arid climate with low rainfall and poor soils, it is home to more than 1,000 unique species of flora. The variety and richness of the seabed stands out, where the Posidonia oceanica helps to form authentic submerged forests.


Beaches: Los Muertos beach, Mónsul beach, Rodalquilar beach, Cala del Plomo, Cala de Enmedio or Los Genoveses beach.

Viewpoints: La Granatilla viewpoint, La Amatista viewpoint and Arrecife de las Sirenas viewpoint.
Las Salinas
Castles and towers: Mesa Roldan tower, Los Alumbres tower, San Ramón castle and San Felipe castle.
Activities: snorkelling, kayaking, boat trips, caving, canyoning and via ferrata.

Active and nature tourism