Nature Parks in Murcia

Nature Parks in Murcia
Calblanque Regional Park
The Calblanque Regional Park is located near the Mar Menor and is approximately 13km in length. It consists of stretch of unspoilt coastline with sandy beaches, small coves, dunes, cliffs and forested hills. The mountains rise to about 1000 ft and appear to plunge into the sea.
Salinas y Arenales Regional Park
This park is located in San Pedro del Pinatar and is the most important wetland of the province Murcia. It is part of the Man Menor which is Europes largest saltwater lagoon. This is an extremely important reserve for birdlife, particularly for flamingos who flock here at the end of summer. The park has an area of about 2250 Hectares.
Sierra de la Pila Regional Park
The Sierra de la Pila Regional Park is located just north of Fortuna in the north east portion of Murcia. It covers 8836ha and has a prolific amount of wildlife, particularly birds. It is a mountainous area with steep and rugged slopes.
Sierra Espuna National Park
The Sierra Espuña National Park is located 25kms the city of Murcia. It is a stunning park, which consists of dramatic peaks, pine forests and wild countryside. The most dominant peak is the ochre coloured Espuña (1,579m). The park covers 10,000ha and is popular place to visit.