• Zona volcànica de la Garrotxa

    The Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park is a well-developed protected area that generally bears little resemblance to the image for which it is known. more information

  • Aiguamolls de l’Empordà

    The Aiguamolls de l’Empordà Natural Park has been one of the best-known and most iconic natural areas of Catalonia since its creation in 1983. more information

  • Parc Natural Cadí – Moixeró

    The need to protect the area covered by the Cadí mountain range was one of the regional planning goals the Government of Catalonia set in 1932, during the time of the Catalan Republic. more information

  • Parc Natural de Cap de Creus

    The Cap de Creus Natural Park was created by Law 4/1998 of 12 March (Catalan Official Government Gazette no. 2641, 01-04-1998). The Law protected the Cap de Creus peninsula and its sea environment and was the first sea/land park in Catalonia. more information

  • Parc Natural del Montsey

    It is a world heritage site. The Montseny Biosphere Reserve is a mosaic of Mediterranean and Central European landscapes found within a comfortable distance from major metropolitan centres more information

  • Area protegida Illes Medes -L’Estartit

    It is known for the variety of its settings and the extraordinary biodiversity of the waters surrounding this small archipelago, located just one mile from the town of L’Estartit, in the middle of the Costa Brava more information