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The rebirth of the Mediterranean forest


Biodiverse territory, contrasting landscapes and a melting pot of cultures

Sierra Espuña, sustainable host

Ecotourist Commitment

The six towns that mark the boundaries of the Sierra Espuña Regional Park (Aledo, Alhama de Murcia, Librilla, Mula, Pliego and Totana) established an alliance with the aim of building an increasingly friendly, prosperous and committed to contemporary challenges, sustainability and the protection of its most genuine values.The aim is to build a territory that is increasingly friendly, prosperous and committed to contemporary challenges, to sustainability and to the protection of its most genuine values.
Within an area of more than one thousand square kilometers, the "Territorio Sierra Espuña", certified with the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism, now offers travelers a complete and varied ecotourism proposal around Sierra Espuña and a dozen other areas of the region.a and another ten natural areas surrounding it (including Special Protection Areas for Birds, Sites of Geological Interest, Protected Landscapes, Sites of Community Interest and Natural Monuments), which cover almost 40% of the protected area.
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Where history intertwines with nature

Natural and Cultural Treasure of the Murcia Region

It was the first mountain to be sighted by navigators approaching the Iberian Peninsula on their way to the Pillars of Hercules from the southern Mediterranean route. Tradition has it that this is the origin of its name, which was derived from the Spanish word for "Spain", a mountainous group of deep valleys and slopes that extend to the rivers Pliego, Mula and Guadalentín, in the center of the Region of Murcia.
In its shelter extends a territory that houses natural areas of great value and historical anthropic landscapes shaped by the different cultures and civilizations that have inhabited the Territory Sierra Espuña through millennia.
Sierra Espuña is the most emblematic Protected Natural Area in the Region of Murcia, concentrating a high and interesting representation of biodiversity and a great variety of landscapes ranging from extensive forest areas, the result of a large hydrological-forestry restoration carried out between the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, to the desert environments of the Protected Landscape of the Gebas Ravines.
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