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List of national parks of Spain

Map showing the distribution of the national parks in Spain

The National Parks of Spain are set out in the following table in alphabetical order. They are defined under Spanish Law 41/1997, which established a new model of shared management of the national parks between the National and the Regional Governments.

Links are to the corresponding web site of Spain's Ministry for the Environment La Red de Parques Nacionales, and are in Spanish.[1]

National parks

Name Photo Province Autonomous Community Established Link
Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici Lleida Catalonia 1956 [1]
Cabrera Archipelago Balearic Islands Balearic Islands 1991 [2]
Cabañeros Ciudad Real, Toledo Castile-La Mancha 1995 [3]
Caldera de Taburiente Santa Cruz de Tenerife (La Palma island) Canary Islands 1954 [4]
Doñana Huelva, Sevilla Andalusia 1969 [5]
Garajonay Santa Cruz de Tenerife (La Gomera island) Canary Islands 1981 [6]
Guadarrama Madrid, Segovia and Ávila Community of Madrid and Castile and León 2013 [7]
Illas Atlánticas de Galicia A Coruña & Pontevedra Galicia 2002 [8]
Monfragüe Caceres Extremadura 2007 [9]
Ordesa y Monte Perdido Huesca Aragon 1918 [10]
Picos de Europa Asturias, León, Cantabria Asturias, Castile-Leon, Cantabria 1918 [11]
Sierra Nevada Granada, Almería Andalusia 1999 [12]
Tablas de Daimiel Ciudad Real Castile-La Mancha 1973 [13]
Teide Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Tenerife island) Canary Islands 1954 [14]
Timanfaya Las Palmas (Lanzarote island) Canary Islands 1974 [15]

See also

References

  1. ^ Red de Parques Nacionales (National Parks of Spain) — index for all the national parks' links.
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