Serra Mariola Natural Park

Local nameSerra de Mariola
LocationValencian Community, Spain

The Serra Mariola Natural Park is a mountain range in the Valencian Community, Spain, one of the most peripheral offsprings of the Baetic System. Most of its territory is included in a natural park founded in 2002, covering an area of 17,257 ha.

It has a rectangular shape and altitudes higher than 1,000 metres, the highest peak being the Montcabrer, at 1,389 metres high. To the north the Benicadell Mountain Range has a peak bearing the same name and is 1,104 metres high. The Serra is predominantly composed of limestone. The climate is largely Mediterranean.

Covering these mountain ranges are some 200 or more different aromatic and medicinal plants with hundreds of different trees, which include a variety of yew unique to this area.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serra_Mariola_Natural_Park

Address 46880, Spain

Coordinates 38°44'2.189" N -0°32'53.409" E

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