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What to visit

El Cabo de Gata, one of the landmarks of the Mediterranean coast in the Southeast of the Iberian Peninsula, is the end of a volcanic mountain range bounded on the plains east of Almeria and Nijar fields. The contact with the sea is marked by the existence of beautiful cliffs alternating with coves traditionally exploited as a refuge for boaters who venture into its confines, or to ambush and act from them during those centuries when piracy took over these waters, difficult to settle a stable population on their land, fact that in part has preserved.

Domain of the lovely beaches of the coastline: collected coves between cliffs, long ribbons or sandy, happening alongside salt, dunes, escarpments and aridity, accentuated by the widespread prevalence of vegetation characterized by their adaptation to the territory.

The current situation Natural Park Cabo de Gata-Nijar is the result of the delicate coexistence between biodiversity and humanity that, with various shortcomings such as solitary confinement and water insecurity, origin of its unique hydraulic engineering, has maintained throughout history an exceptional balance; has also been instrumental in the willingness of some large landowners who have respected this land, saving natural values ​​of the avalanche of concrete that has radically altered the Spanish coast during the second half of the twentieth century.

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