Type: Parque Regional
The Regional Park of Sierra Espuña is located in the heart of the Region of Murcia. It is a mountainous massif whose nature is fundamentally calcareous. This massif surpasses 1,500 meters of altitude above sea level. At its summits there are interesting karstic landform.
Information and Environmental Points: +34 968 228 937 - +34 968 228 925
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In the Visitor's and Management Centre Ricardo Codorníu, visitors will find promotional and informational materials, and will be able to visit the exhibition. Lovers of hiking have a network of forest roads and paths which are closed to vehicles.
Among the multiple points of interest within the Park you will be able to visit: Los Pozos de la Nieve, the Hermitage of la Santa, the Recreational areas of el Hilo and la Perdiz, the Valley of the Leyva, and the Forest House of La Carrasca, with good panoramic views and where is relatively easy to see the barbary sheep.
Aleppo, black and corsican pine, holm oak, almond tree, kermes oak, juniper berries, juniper, elm tree and buckthorm.
Golden eagle, eagle owl, goshawk, sparrow hawk, partridge eagle, booted eagle, pilgrim hawk, tawny owl, squirrel of Espuña, wild boar and barbary sheep.
National Hunting Reserve, and old lime stone ovens.
Interpretation centre, information points, Nature Classroom, recreational areas, shelters, lookout points and pathways.
Pozos de la Nieve and Hermitage of la Santa.