Castilla-La Mancha: a natural paradise in Spain

When speaking of Castilla-La Mancha the idea of windmills always comes to mind. And, really, there are very beautiful landscapes. But this autonomous community is much more, since it houses authentic natural paradises , which are unknown by many people. Among its main attractions is the Cabañeros and Tablas de Daimiel National Park. They are natural refuges to which other areas of forests and mountains are added to see and travel through valleys, mountains, rivers, canyons, chasms and ravines.

National Parks

The Cabañeros and Tablas de Daimiel national parks are two of the most important natural symbols of Castilla-La Mancha. In addition to being able to enjoy its flora and fauna , they are home to many other attractions and offer multiple possibilities.

For example, the Cabañeros National Park has steep lands and rañas , which are ideal for activities such as hiking or taking a horse ride while observing imperial eagles, black storks, roe deer or vultures, among other animals.

The Tablas de Daimiel National Park also has many attractions. Among them, its landscape surrounded by water stands out . This park, which is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, has a network of walkways to get to know one of the most valuable humid ecosystems in the world.



In addition to these parks, in Castilla-La Mancha there are many other areas to enjoy the natural environment. This community has more than half a million hectares occupied by natural parks and corners of special environmental wealth .

Among them are, for example, the Alto Tajo or the Hoz de Peregrina canyon, the Barranco del Río Dulce and the Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente viewpoint . Nor should you miss the steep Hoces del Cabriel, the volcanoes of Campo de Calatrava or the unknown Sierra Norte de Guadalajara in which the Hayedo de Tejera Negra stands out. They are attractions to which is added the Pico del Lobo Cebollera and the Pelagallinas River Fluvial Reserve.