â€śThe Spanish southeast desert hides unparallel beauty paradises, standing among all, the magical cape of Gata, with its abrupt coastline filled with virginal beaches and isolated coves.â€ť Hola Viajes magazine
"Born ten million years ago out of volcanic convulsions in southeast of AlmerĂa, the mountains and the cape of Gata have nothing to do with the rest of the continent. These landscapes of intense personality are considered the paramount of European magma mountains. With national and international recognition, this area has been declared a Natural Park, Marine Reserve, Special Protection Area for Birds and Biosphere Reserve for UNESCO. It is a meritable recognition for this natural park that, in spite of its semidesert like landscape, it hosts a variety of ecosystems inhabited by large amounts of animals and plants specially adapted to this area.
Scuba diving: The natural park comprises of one mile nautical strip along the coastline with unspoiled depths made up of large sea prairies. Crystal-clear waters create the perfect setting for submarine photography.
Trekking and bicycle: There are interesting routes on firm land. From the Torre GarcĂa hermitage to the Gata cape we find one of the most colourful routes, along a mandatory stop at the nature reserve salt marsh. From its bird observatory, one can spot the temporary colonies which host flamingos and storks". Pedro Retamar for â€śEl PaĂsâ€ť national newspaper
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Camino Faro Cabo de Gata s/n - Playa El Corralete - Cabo de Gata-NĂjar, 04150 AlmerĂa (Spain)