The Parque Natural de las Sierras de Tejeda, Almijara and Alhama is located between the provinces of Granada and Malaga, and acts as a natural border between them. Its history is full of legends about smuggling, poaching, rebellions and resistance to the established order.
This park has many similarities with the mountain ranges of northern Spain, such as its dominating by steep slopes, sharp ridges and deep ravines. It has very high peaks like the Maroma, which is of 2068 meters high.
Its vegetation includes the Aleppo pine, palm trees and boxwood. Many different animals live here including squirrels, wild goats and birds of prey.
Area: 40.663 hectares
Delegación Provincial de la Consejería de Medio Ambiente (Local environmental agency)
C/Joaquina Eguaras, 2
Tel: +34 958 026 000