Chera-Sot de Chera:
This is the first geological park in Valencia. It has a surface area of 6,451.17 hectares. This location is known for camping, hiking, and mountaineering. Home to many natural landscapes and paths.
Free tour every last Sunday of the month! Come discover this beautiful garden and all it has to offer! Palm trees, cacti, ancient trees, orchids, endemic plants, green houses, and much more!
Desert de les Palmes Nature Park:
Home to pine trees, cork oaks, shrubs, and aromatic plants. In this area, you will find the castles of Miravet and Montornés, Bartolo peak, and the Carmelite convent or hermitage of the Les Santes.
Santa Pola Salt Flats:
Here you will find freshwater pools in the marsh area and periphery, salt flats close to the sea, and bordering farmlands. Be sure to keep an eye out for flamingos and the thousands of birds!
Hoces del Cabriel:
Come get a good view of the curvy Xúquer river. Don’t miss out on seeing endangered bird species such as the golden eagle, Bonnelli’s eagle, and the eagle owl!
La Albufera Nature Park:
In this park, you will find one of the largest lakes in Spain. This wetland is home to many wildlife and birds. The Alburfera freshwater lagoon is secluded from the sea due to a strip of land. However, there are three canals that connect the lagoon to the sea.