Els Ports Natural Park
Els Ports Natural Park is known for its rugged mountainous terrain, with peaks reaching over 1,200 meters high. The landscape is characterized by deep valleys, rocky cliffs, and extensive pine forests, as well as being home to a wide variety of fauna and flora. This limestone massif is located between Catalonia, Valencia, and Aragon, and in the case of the Catalan part, it was declared a natural park in 2001.
Within the natural park, there are two different climates: on the south-eastern slope the landscape has a Mediterranean influence, while on the western side, the temperature is cooler and the humidity is higher.
Visitors to Parc Natural dels Ports can enjoy a range of outdoor activities, such as canyoning, via ferrata, rock climbing, and other outdoor activities.